In this article, we’ll be providing you with all the information you need to convert almond milk weights from metric to imperial and cup weights.
Including – an almond milk conversion calculator and various quick reference charts to help you find what you’re looking for.
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Almond Milk Weight Conversions
Below are some useful almond milk weight conversions based on servings and standard weights. These conversions will work for any type of almond milk, including sweetened and unsweetened.
|Almond Milk Weight Type||Weight Conversion|
|1 fluid ounce||30.5g|
Please note that gram-to-milliliter weights can vary very slightly because of the density of the milk, as a general rule one gram of milk converts to 0.97ml.
Almond Milk Serving
The USDA recommended serving of almond milk is one cup which weighs about 244g per serving, but most almond milk nutritional labels advise a serving of 240ml to simplify the weight.
A 240ml serving of sweetened almond milk contains 72 calories (in kcal) and a serving of unsweetened almond milk contains 46 calories, making it a lower-calorie alternative to dairy milk.
For much more information on almond milk servings (including a calculator), take a look at the article below:
How much is a serving of almond milk?
Almond Milk Weight Conversion Calculator
The calculator below will help you to convert any weight of almond milk (sweetened or unsweetened) to and from metric and imperial weights.
Select your weight type and input the weight to get started (use a decimal weight for ounce weights, for example, 8.5):
How To Measure Almond Milk
The quickest way to measure almond milk is by using a jug or a cup that has measurements on the side.
If you want to weigh your milk in grams or fluid ounces and you don’t have a jug, place a glass or cup on the scale and reset the scale to zero. Next, pour the milk into the container and stop once you reach your desired weight on the scale.
Almond Milk Cup Conversion Chart
The chart below will help you convert almond milk cup measurements to grams or fluid ounces. This conversion will work for any kind of almond milk and is based on the cup weight of 244g as per the USDA.
Measurement in cups (US)
in metric (grams & kilos)
in imperial (ounces & pounds)
|1/4 cup||61g||2 fl oz|
|1/3 cup||81g||2.66 fl oz|
|1/2 cup||122g||4 fl oz|
|3/4 cup||183g||6 fl oz|
|1 cup||244g||8 fl oz|
|2 cups||488g||16 fl oz|
|3 cups||732g||24 fl oz|
|4 cups||976g||32 fl oz|
|5 cups||1220g||40 fl oz|
|6 cups||1464g||48 fl oz|
|7 cups||1708g||56 fl oz|
|8 cups||1952g||64 fl oz|
|9 cups||2196g||72 fl oz|
|10 cups||2440g||80 fl oz|
Weight & Calorie Chart
The quick reference chart below will help you to convert various weights of almond milk, along with the calories per serving for sweetened and unsweetened almond milk.
This is based on USDA figures which confirm that unsweetened almond milk contains 19kcal per 100g (0.19kcal per gram) and sweetened almond milk contains 30kcal per 100g (0.3kcal per gram).
|Serving weight||Sweetened Almond Milk|
Calories Per Serving
|Sweetened Almond Milk|
Calories Per Serving
|25g / 0.82 fl oz||5kcal||8kcal|
|50g / 1.64 fl oz||9.5kcal||15kcal|
|75g / 2.46 fl oz||14kcal||23kcal|
|100g / 3.28 fl oz||19kcal||30kcal|
|125g / 4.1 fl oz||24kcal||375kcal|
|150g / 4.92 fl oz||29kcal||45kcal|
|175g / 5.74 fl oz||33kcal||53kcal|
|200g / 6.56 fl oz||38kcal||60kcal|
|225g / 7.38 fl oz||43kcal||68kcal|
|250g / 8.2 fl oz||48kcal||75kcal|
|275g / 9.02 fl oz||52kcal||83kcal|
|300g / 9.84 fl oz||57kcal||90kcal|
More Almond Milk Weight FAQs
Half a gallon of almond milk is equal to 1.89 liters (or 64 fluid ounces). A half-gallon pack of almond milk contains eight 240ml cup servings.
A 96-fluid-ounce pack of almond milk is equal to 2.84 liters and a pack of this size contains 12 x 240g servings.
This article is part of a series of helpful articles on milk weights, servings, calories, and comparisons – you might also find the following articles useful:
Lowest calorie milk (with milk alternatives & calculator)
References Used for this Article
To ensure the nutritional information used in this article is accurate, I have used data from USDA FoodData Central; the links below contain the source information:
Sweetened (regular) almond milk nutritional information