How Many Cups of Sugar in a 5 Pound Bag?

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Granulated sugar per pound equals 2 _ cups. Here is the formula: Five pounds of sugar times the 2 _ cups equals 11 _ cups. If you would like to read further information on sugar, please visit .
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Actual cups used in a household in any country may differ from the cup size used for recipes; standard measuring cups, often calibrated in fluid measure and weights of usual dry ingredients as well as in cups, are available. As one pound equals 2 cups, five pounds equals 10 cups.
There are 10 - 11 1/4 cups of sugar in a 5 pound bag. It all depends on how fine the grains of sugar are in your bag. Be careful when purchasing your sugar at the store when you're baking, because some stores sell the bags that are only 4 lbs. Make sure you have enough sugar for whatever you need it for.
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By weight 2 1/4 cups of sugar equals approximately 1 pound, so a typical 5 pound bag of sugar should yield about 11 1/4 cups of the grainy goodness!. ...
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