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It’s strawberry season! Use these easy measurements and conversions to know how many strawberries you need to buy for your recipe or to preserve to eat all year long.

I love using fresh fruit in recipes but it can be tricky because the amount needed can be listed in so many different ways.

This includes strawberries one of my favourite fruits to use in recipes.

Maybe your recipe calls for cups of strawberries but you are buying them by the pound. Or your recipe could call for 2 cups of sliced strawberries but how many pounds do you need?

These questions come up all the time when you’re making recipes. So to make it easier for you I’ve worked out strawberry conversations to make this easy for you!

Strawberry Measures And Equivalents

How Many Strawberries in a Pint?

It wasn’t that long ago that strawberries were commonly sold in grocery stores in pint or quart containers. You can still find them sold the way at some farmers markets but more often they are sold by the pound now.

One pint equals:

2 cups whole small strawberries2 1/4 cups sliced strawberries1 1/4 cups pureed strawberries473 ml whole strawberries532 ml sliced strawberries295 ml pureed strawberries3/4 pound357 grams12 large strawberries24 medium strawberries36 small strawberries

How Many Strawberries Are In A Quart?

One quart equals:

1 1/2 pounds680 grams4 cups whole berries2 pints24 large48 medium42 small

How Many Cups Is 1 Pound Of Strawberries?

Recipes often call for strawberries measured by the cup, but with them being sold by the pound more often now you’ll need to know how many cups are in 1 pound (16 oz) of strawberries.

One pound of strawberries equals:

3 3/4 cups whole strawberries2 3/4 cups sliced strawberries

How Many Strawberries In A Cup?

Most recipes list strawberry as an ingredient by the cup. But they are never sold that way. Use these easy conversions to help you buy the right amount of strawberries for your recipe.

One cup of strawberries equals:

8 large strawberries5 oz strawberriesWhole 144 gramsSliced 166 gramsPureed 232 grams1 cup whole berries is 1 /2 cup pureed strawberries

How many cups are in a package of frozen strawberries?

Buying frozen strawberries can be a great way to save money! Frozen fruit is often better quality than buying fresh fruit from the grocery store because it’s frozen very quickly after harvest.

It also makes baking strawberry treats easy any time of the year.

Keep these measurements handy when converting frozen berry packages to cups.

10 oz package is 1 1/2 cups 600 gm is 4 cups unthawed1.7 kg is 6.8 cups

How many strawberries in a flat?

Are you heading to a pick your own strawberry farm or maybe you grow your own strawberries? Or maybe you’ve found a local grower who still sells strawberries by the flat.

This is a great way to buy strawberries in bulk.

Use these handy conversions to know how many flats of strawberries you’ll need.

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A flat of strawberries contains:

8 quarts12 pounds32 cups

How many strawberries in a half flat?

A half flat of strawberries contains:

4 quarts6 pounds24 cups

Now you’ve got your strawberry measurements down your ready to have fun baking and creating in your kitchen!

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Kim Mills is a homeschooling mom of 6 and lives on an urban homestead in Ontario, Canada. Blogging at Homestead Acres she enjoys sharing tips to help you save money, grow and preserve your own food.