How many tablespoons of butter in a pound?
By Nathan from Abbotsford, BC
There are 8 tablespoons of butter in a stick and 4 sticks in a pound box of butter. 8x4=32 tablespoons in a pound.
8 Tablespoons in a stick, 32 Tablespoons in a pound. Most sticks are marked in Tablespoons.
How many tablespoons are in a stick of butter?
8 Tablespoons in a stick, generally. Your package should say for sure.
How many tablespoons are in one stick of butter?
There are 8 tablespoons in a stick of butter.
Generally, butter comes in 1 pound packages, with 4 sticks of butter that are 1/4 pound each. This is equilivant to 1/2 cup or 8 tablespoons. The butter that I buy has tablespoon markings on the paper wrapping to make it easy to measure.
How much is 2 tablespoons in a stick of butter?
A stick of butter is 1/2 cup or 8 tablespoons. This information is also available online.
Does a stick of butter equal 8 tablespoons?
By William from South Bend, IN
It depends on the stick of butter. The standard sticks are changing. The brand of butter I like the most now comes in eight sticks (four tablespoons each) instead of the standard four sticks (eight tablespoons each) per pound of butter.
If you look at the individual wrappers on each stick you'll see them marked with tablespoon, cup and weight measures. :-)
William, Not all butter wrappers have the markings on them. Regular size stick = 8 Tbsps. 4Tbsps =1/4 cup so 8 Tbsps =1/2 cup, 1/3 cup is roughly 6 1/4 Tbsps. Hope this helps you. Banty
Hi Banty, I've been cooking for over four decades and have never come across a stick of butter that didn't have measurement markings on the stick wrappers. In hearing this news I am now so very, very curious which brands don't (have the markings) and I can't afford, nor use enough butter, to warrant purchase testing :-o
Do you or anyone here at ThriftyFun happen to know which brand(s) don't have markings?
1LB = 454 grams. One stick is 1/4 LB or 113.5 grams and YES it's 8 tablespoons.
Measurements you'll come across that all weigh the same as one stick are:
Happy cooking / baking!