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How much is 4 ounces chocolate chips?

Re: How much is 4 ounces chocolate chips?

  • roughly 1/4 cup
  • You could also eyeball 1/3 of a 12 ounce package.
  • image wweaver0:
    You could also eyeball 1/3 of a 12 ounce package.

    Ditto this.  PP is wrong (sorry).  one 12 oz pkg has 2 cups, so 6 oz is equal to one cup.  If you want four ounces, you can measure 2/3 cup

    Sorry, I had to write out my thought process so as not to screw it up

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  • I thought it was however much you could fit in your mouth after a bad day...lol.

    Yup, 1/3 of a bag is right.

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  • image destination09:

    image wweaver0:
    You could also eyeball 1/3 of a 12 ounce package.

    Ditto this.  PP is wrong (sorry).  one 12 oz pkg has 2 cups, so 6 oz is equal to one cup.  If you want four ounces, you can measure 2/3 cup

    Sorry, I had to write out my thought process so as not to screw it up



    Thanks for the correction! I saw 4oz...cups and immediately thought 1/4 cup not thinking it was chocolate chips. Embarrassed

  • image joelen&louis:

    image destination09:

    image wweaver0:
    You could also eyeball 1/3 of a 12 ounce package.

    Ditto this.  PP is wrong (sorry).  one 12 oz pkg has 2 cups, so 6 oz is equal to one cup.  If you want four ounces, you can measure 2/3 cup

    Sorry, I had to write out my thought process so as not to screw it up



    Thanks for the correction! I saw 4oz...cups and immediately thought 1/4 cup not thinking it was chocolate chips. Embarrassed

    1 cup = 8 ounces

    1/4 cup = 2 ounces =)

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  • image PAGAS:
    image joelen&louis:

    image destination09:

    image wweaver0:
    You could also eyeball 1/3 of a 12 ounce package.

    Ditto this.  PP is wrong (sorry).  one 12 oz pkg has 2 cups, so 6 oz is equal to one cup.  If you want four ounces, you can measure 2/3 cup

    Sorry, I had to write out my thought process so as not to screw it up



    Thanks for the correction! I saw 4oz...cups and immediately thought 1/4 cup not thinking it was chocolate chips. Embarrassed

    1 cup = 8 ounces

    1/4 cup = 2 ounces =)



    LOL. This is why I shouldn't go to bed at 5am and wake up at 10am like I did earlier today (er, yesterday.) Smile
  • image PAGAS:
    image joelen&louis:

    image destination09:

    image wweaver0:
    You could also eyeball 1/3 of a 12 ounce package.

    Ditto this.  PP is wrong (sorry).  one 12 oz pkg has 2 cups, so 6 oz is equal to one cup.  If you want four ounces, you can measure 2/3 cup

    Sorry, I had to write out my thought process so as not to screw it up



    Thanks for the correction! I saw 4oz...cups and immediately thought 1/4 cup not thinking it was chocolate chips. Embarrassed

    1 cup = 8 ounces

    1/4 cup = 2 ounces =)

    True for water... and anything with a density very close to that of water. Certainly different for solids.  I'd go with the 1/3 of a 12oz package suggestion.

     

  • image BensBabe823:
    image PAGAS:
    image joelen&louis:

    image destination09:

    image wweaver0:
    You could also eyeball 1/3 of a 12 ounce package.

    Ditto this.  PP is wrong (sorry).  one 12 oz pkg has 2 cups, so 6 oz is equal to one cup.  If you want four ounces, you can measure 2/3 cup

    Sorry, I had to write out my thought process so as not to screw it up



    Thanks for the correction! I saw 4oz...cups and immediately thought 1/4 cup not thinking it was chocolate chips. Embarrassed

    1 cup = 8 ounces

    1/4 cup = 2 ounces =)

    True for water... and anything with a density very close to that of water. Certainly different for solids.  I'd go with the 1/3 of a 12oz package suggestion.

     

    Right.  I was referring to Joelen's calcs, she was at 16 ounces in a cup =)

    4 ounces CC = 2/3 cup (per the package)

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    So Tasty, So Yummy
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