# Tablespoon to Teaspoon Conversion Calculator

## How many teaspoons in a tablespoon? Find out by converting Teaspoons to Tablespoons (tsp to tbsp) or Tablespoons to Teaspoon (tbsp to tsp)

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Tablespoon - Teaspoon Conversion

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## Formula for Tablespoon to Teaspoon and Teaspoon to Tablespoon

The formulae to convert tbsp to tsp or tsp to tbsp is given below:

### How many Teaspoons in a Tablespoon? (tbsp to tsp)

To convert tablespoons to teaspoons, multiply tablespoons by 3

Teaspoon = 3 * tablespoon

For example, 3 tablespoons in teaspoons is equal to 3 * 3 = 9 teaspoons

### How many tablespoon in teaspoon (tsp to tbsp)

To convert teaspoon to tablespoon, divide teaspoon by 3

tbsp = tsp / 3

For example, to find out how many tablespoons is 5 teaspoons, divide 5 /3 = 1.67 tbsp

## Tablespoon and Teaspoon - A Comparison

• Tablespoons (tbsp) and teaspoons (tsp) are both units of volume, but they are different sizes.
• A tablespoon is equal to 3 teaspoons. Alternately, A teaspoon is equal to 1/3rd of a tablespoon
• Tablespoons are typically used to measure larger amounts of ingredients, such as liquids, oils, and dry ingredients.
• Teaspoons are typically used to measure smaller amounts of ingredients, such as spices, baking powder, and baking soda.
• Tablespoons (tbsp) and teaspoons (tsp) are both units of volume, but they are different sizes. A tablespoon is equal to 3 teaspoons.
• Tablespoons are typically used to measure larger amounts of ingredients, such as liquids, oils, and dry ingredients. Teaspoons are typically used to measure smaller amounts of ingredients, such as spices, baking powder, and baking soda.
• Both the tablespoon and teaspoon originated in England in the 14th century. Tablespoon was originally used to measure the amount of salt to be added to food. The teaspoon was originally used to measure the amount of tea leaves to be added to a cup of water.
Refer table in next section for some common conversions between tablespoons and teaspoons:
• It is important to note that these are just general conversions. The exact amount of an ingredient that is in a tablespoon or teaspoon can vary depending on the type of ingredient.
• For example, a tablespoon of flour will weigh more than a tablespoon of sugar, because flour is denser.
When to use tablespoons vs. teaspoons
In general, you should use tablespoons to measure larger amounts of ingredients, and teaspoons to measure smaller amounts of ingredients. Here are some specific examples.
• Tablespoons: milk, oil, flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda
• Teaspoons: salt, pepper, spices, vanilla extract, yeast

## Teaspoon to Tablespoon Conversion table

Teaspoon (tsp) Tablespoon (tbsp)
0.25 tsp 0.08 tbsp
0.5 tsp 0.17 tbsp
0.75 tsp 0.25 tbsp
1 tsp 0.33 tbsp
1.25 tsp 0.42 tbsp
1.5 tsp 0.5 tbsp
1.75 tsp 0.58 tbsp
2 tsp 0.67 tbsp
2.5 tsp 0.83 tbsp
3 tsp 1 tbsp
3.5 tsp 1.17 tbsp
4 tsp 1.33 tbsp
4.5 tsp 1.5 tbsp
5 tsp 1.67 tbsp
5.5 tsp 1.83 tbsp
6 tsp 2 tbsp
6.5 tsp 2.17 tbsp
7 tsp 2.33 tbsp
7.5 tsp 2.5 tbsp
8 tsp 2.67 tbsp
8.5 tsp 2.83 tbsp
9 tsp 3 tbsp
9.5 tsp 3.17 tbsp
10 tsp 3.33 tbsp
11 tsp 3.67 tbsp
12 tsp 4 tbsp
13 tsp 4.33 tbsp
14 tsp 4.67 tbsp
15 tsp 5 tbsp
16 tsp 5.33 tbsp
17 tsp 5.67 tbsp
18 tsp 6 tbsp
19 tsp 6.33 tbsp
20 tsp 6.67 tbsp
24 tsp 8 tbsp
28 tsp 9.33 tbsp
30 tsp 10 tbsp

## Tablespoon to Teaspoon Conversion table

Tablespoon (tbsp) Teaspoon (tsp)
0.25 tbsp 0.75 tsp
0.5 tbsp 1.5 tsp
0.75 tbsp 2.25 tsp
1 tbsp 3 tsp
1.5 tbsp 4.5 tsp
2 tbsp 6 tsp
2.5 tbsp 7.5 tsp
3 tbsp 9 tsp
3.5 tbsp 10.5 tsp
4 tbsp 12 tsp
4.5 tbsp 13.5 tsp
5 tbsp 15 tsp
5.5 tbsp 16.5 tsp
6 tbsp 18 tsp
7 tbsp 21 tsp
8 tbsp 24 tsp
9 tbsp 27 tsp
10 tbsp 30 tsp
11 tbsp 33 tsp
12 tbsp 36 tsp
13 tbsp 39 tsp
14 tbsp 42 tsp
15 tbsp 45 tsp

## Frequently Asked Questions Table spoons and Tea spoon conversion

• tsp is Teaspoon. It is a very small unit of measurement of capacity.

• tbsp is Tablespoon. It is a small unit of measurement of capacity

• Tablespoon is 3 times bigger than teaspoon. 1 tbsp = 3 tsp.

• 1.5 teaspoons