Let’s first establish that there is no difference in these types of sugar: confectioners`, powdered, icing sugar. It is the same thing: sugar that was processed to a fine powder. At times, you need to measure a certain amount of powdered sugar while baking. How you will accomplish that if you have no scales? Well, you can use our measurements, listed below:

If you nee to measure powdered sugar with cups then the following article is for you: how to measure icing sugar with cups.

## How many grams of powdered sugar are in a tablespoon (tbsp.)?

**One rounded tablespoon (tbsp.) holds 25 grams of icing sugar.**

**One level tablespoon holds (tbsp.) 20 grams of powdered sugar.**

## How many grams are in a teaspoon (tsp.) of powdered sugar?

**There are 10 grams of powdered sugar in 1 rounded teaspoon (tsp.).**

**There are 7 grams of powdered sugar in 1 level teaspoon (tsp.).**

### How to convert weight into volume for powdered sugar?

- How many spoons would 300 grams of powdered sugar be? 300 grams of powdered sugar = 12 rounded tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 250 grams of powdered sugar be? 250 grams of powdered sugar = 10 rounded tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 200 grams of powdered sugar be? 200 grams of powdered sugar = 8 rounded tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 180 grams of powdered sugar be? 180 grams of powdered sugar = 9 level tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 170 grams of powdered sugar be? 170 grams of powdered sugar = 6 rounded tablespoons + 1 level tablespoon of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 160 grams of powdered sugar be? 160 grams of powdered sugar = 6 rounded tablespoons + 1 rounded teaspoon of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 150 grams of powdered sugar be? 150 grams of powdered sugar = 6 rounded tablespoons.
- How many spoons would 125 grams of powdered sugar be? 125 grams of powdered sugar = 5 rounded tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 120120 grams of powdered sugar be? 170 grams of powdered sugar = 6 level tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 100 grams of powdered sugar be? 100 grams of powdered sugar = 4 rounded tablespoon of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 90 grams of powdered sugar be? 90 grams of powdered sugar = 4 level tablespoons + 1 rounded teaspoon of powdered sugar
- How many spoons would 80 grams of powdered sugar be? 80 grams of powdered sugar = 4 level tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 75 grams of powdered sugar be? 75 grams of powdered sugar = 3 rounded tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 70 grams of powdered sugar be? 70 grams of powdered sugar = 3 level tablespoons + 1 rounded tablespoon of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 60 grams of powdered sugar be? 60 grams of powdered sugar = 3 level tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 50 grams of powdered sugar be? 50 grams of powdered sugar = 2 rounded tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 40 grams of powdered sugar be? 40 grams of powdered sugar = 2 level tablespoons of powdered sugar.
- How many spoons would 30 grams of powdered sugar be? 30 grams of powdered sugar = 3 rounded teaspoons of powdered sugar.

Now you have a quick access to information on how many grams of powdered sugar are in a teaspoon and a tablespoon. It will be very easy for you to measure necessary amount (volume) of powdered sugar according to a recipe without using scales. If you have any advice on how to measure baking powder in grams without scales share with us, leave comments in the section below.