If you have ever found yourself asking how many ml, are in a quart, then you have come to the right place!
Below, I’ll explain exactly how many milliliters in a quart and more!
Milliliters in a Quart
Milliliters and quarts are measurement units of volume used to measure liquid ingredients. A milliliter, written as ml, is a unit of volume in the metric system and quart is abbreviated qt.
There are approximately 946.35 milliliters in a quart, or 1 quart = 946.35 ml or roughly 1000 ml.
Here is the milliliter to quart conversion: 1 ml = 0.00105669 quarts
The chart below shows in the first column the American (or Imperial) measures, followed by fluid ounces.
Lastly, the last column shows a rough fluid metric measures which are abbreviated as ml = milliliters, dl = deciliter and l = liters.
|Imperial Measures||Fluid Ounces||Fluid Metric|
|1 teaspoon||5 ml|
|3 teaspoons or 1 tablespoon||1/2||15 ml|
|2 tablespoons||1||30 ml or 1/4 dl|
|3 tablespoons||1 1/2||45 ml|
|4 tablespoons||2||60 ml or 1/2 dl|
|5 1/3 tablespoons or 1/3 cup||2 1/2||80 ml or 3/4 dl|
|8 tablespoons or 1/2 cup||4||120 ml or 1 dl|
|10 2/3 tablespoons or 2/3 cup||5 1/3||160 ml or 1 1/2 dl|
|12 tablespoons or 3/4 cup||6||180 ml or 1 3/4 dl|
|14 tablespoons or 7/8 cup||7||210 ml or 2 dl|
|16 tablespoons or 1 cup||8||240 ml or 1/4 l|
|2 cups or 1 pint||16||480 ml or 1/2 l|
|4 cups or 2 pints or 1 quart||32||950 ml|
|1 quart or 3 1/2||1000 ml, or 10 dl or 1 l|
This volume conversion chart will make it easy for you to convert recipes that call for milliliters (ml), deciliters (dl) and liters (l).
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