How much is 2 oz chocolate chips in cups?
In this article, we will answer the question “How much is 2 oz chocolate chips in cups?”, and how to make fantasy fudge and fully-loaded chocolate chip cups.
Read on if you want to know what the best chocolate chip substitutes are. This article also includes a brief guide on how to use a kitchen scale and a measuring cup.
How much is 2 oz chocolate chips in cups?
2 oz chocolate chips come out to be 0.25 US cups. Chocolate chips can be measured on a kitchen scale. If you do not have a kitchen scale, you can opt for the measuring cups or the counting method.
How to make Fantasy fudge?
- 3 cups white sugar
- ¾ cup margarine
- Evaporated milk
- 1 (12 ounces) semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 1 (7 ounces) jar marshmallow creme
- 1 cup chopped walnuts
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Grease a 9×13-inch pan with some butter or cooking spray.
- In a heavy-bottomed saucepan, add sugar, margarine, and evaporated milk. Bring this mixture to a boil and stir to dissolve the sugar. This should take about 5 minutes.
- Turn off the heat and mix in the chocolate chips. Stir until the chocolate chips are melted and the mixture is smooth. Then whip in marshmallow creme, walnuts, and vanilla extract.
- Tip the saucepan into the greased pan. Let it cool before cutting.
How to make Fully-loaded Chocolate Chip Cups?
- 1/2 cup oil
- 1/2 cup margarine
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 3 eggs
- 1 teaspoon Gefen Pure Vanilla Extract
- 2 cups flour
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 2.8 ounces (80 grams) Gefen Instant Chocolate Pudding mix
- 1 (7-oz./200-g.) bag 72% chocolate chunks
- 1/2 cup Elyon Mini Marshmallows
- 3/4 cup caramel chips
- 1/2 cups chopped pecans or slivered almonds (see note)
- Preheat the oven to 350℉ or 175℃.
- Make the dough by combining all the ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Then stir in the add-ins. Scoop the dough into 12–18 ramekins, adjusting the serving size as you like.
- Bake in the preheated oven for about 12 minutes.
Note: Exclude pecans or almonds if you are allergic.
What are the best Chocolate chip substitutes?
Semi-sweet baking chocolate, unsweetened baking chocolate, a chocolate bar or cocoa powder, sugar, and butter
Replace every 1 oz. (3 Tbsp) of chocolate chips with
- 1 oz. semi-sweet baking chocolate (chop, if using in a baked good)
- 1 oz. unsweetened baking chocolate + 1 Tbsp sugar (chop, if using in a baked good)
- 1 oz. of any chocolate bar (chop, if using in a baked good)
- 3 Tbsp cocoa powder + 3 Tbsp sugar + 1 Tbsp butter (mix with wet ingredients)
3 Tbsp of chocolate chips = 1 oz.
1 cup of chocolate chips = 6 oz.
1 bag of chocolate chips = 2 cups = 12 oz.
How to measure chocolate chips with a kitchen scale?
To accurately measure chocolate chips with kitchen scales, use the tare feature that allows you to reset the display to zero after placing the measuring bowl on the scale. After resetting, you can measure the weight of just the contents of the bowl.
The secret to the perfectly baked good lies in the correct weight measurement of the raw ingredients. A good kitchen scale gives you precise measurements, both in grams and ounces.
How to measure chocolate chips by volume?
In case you do not have a kitchen scale, you can rely on measuring cups to measure the chocolate chips. The measurements may not be very precise. Use dry or sticky ingredients in a dry measuring cup.
Use a liquid measuring cylinder for measuring liquid ingredients such as oil or water. Some of the most common terms related to measuring cups are given below.
Scant: A scant measuring cup is only a little shy of being filled to the top.
Level: A level measuring cup is filled to the top and scraped level with the back of a knife. The level cup is easy if the ingredient is in dry or powder form such as flour. Chocolate chips, raisins, and buts can become difficult to level.
Rounded: A rounded cup is filled to the top but not leveled so it contains a slightly higher amount of the raw ingredient than one cup.
Heaping: Heaping is when you generously fill or simply overfill the cup such that the cup holds the maximum amount of the raw ingredient beyond its capacity.
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In this article, we answered the question “How much is 2 oz chocolate chips in cups?”, and how to make fantasy fudge and fully-loaded chocolate chip cups. This article also discussed a brief guide on how to use a kitchen scale and a measuring cup.