how much is 1 cup of ice?

iam trying a recipe

8 Answers

  • 1 cup of ice is equal to about 8 ice cubes from the ice -cube tray. Is that what you are looking for?

  • Cup Of Ice

  • One cup of ice is going to be 1 cup (liquid measure) of ice if you are making gelatin. Just put cubes in the cup and guestimate--it's not an exact science. Don't try to crush the ice or anything.

    If you are asking a physics question, 1 cup of ice is slightly less that a cup of water as the water will freeze to ice and expand to 1 cup.

    Hope that helps.

  • 1 cup

  • I think it's something like 4 or 5 of the big cubes.

    If you have a package of Jello handy, check it. The directions for "quick set" tell you how many ice cubes to use in place of "x" amount of water.

  • about 2 cups

  • telling us what you're trying out could give you more suitable answers. if it's a drink you're making, used shaved or cracked ice instead of cubes. if it's non-beverage, use cracked ice. to do this, place ice cubes in a paper towel and use a meat mallet (or something similar) to ƈɾąƈƙ 'em up.

  • If you are making blender drinks, then it is an approximation and you can just guess because it doesn't matter.

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