How many tablespoons in a pint?

1 Pint


32 Tablespoons

Pints to Tablespoons (How many tablespoons in a pint?)

This conversion tool is used to convert the volume in pints (pt) to volume in tablespoons (tbsp.). These two units are used to measure fluid volume. When using the calculator, first enter the volume in pints in the blank text field. Press the "Convert" button to initiate the conversion from pints to tablespoons. This gives you the result in Tablespoons, shown below the control button.


Convert 0.08 pints to tablespoons


Enter the volume in pints (0.08) in the blank text field and then click the ‘Convert' button. The result in tablespoons is displayed as;

0.08 Pint = 2.56 Tablespoons

This means that there are 2.56 tablespoons in 0.08 pints.

When performing new conversions from pints to tablespoons, use the same procedure to give you the corresponding value in Tablespoons.

The Pints to Tablespoons converter gives quick and accurate results based on the values you enter in the text field.

Pints to Tablespoons Conversion

Enter a fluid pint value that you want to convert into tablespoons and click on the "convert" button.

How many tablespoons in a pint?

The volume units' conversion factor of pints to tablespoons is 32.

1 Pint = 32 Tablespoons (Fluid US or UK)

1 Pint = 37.2367102 Tablespoons (Dry, US)

This implies that there are 32 fluid tablespoons in one pint and 37.2367102 dry tablespoons in one pint.

If you want to determine the number of tablespoons in a pint, multiply the value in pints by the conversion factor.

For example; how many tablespoons are in 0.2 pints?

= 0.2 x 32

= 6.4 tablespoons in 0.2 pints.


A pint is a volume unit in the US customary and imperial system abbreviated as "pt". There are two types of pints in the US customary system and only one in the imperial system. A pint is used widely in the daily life to measure milk, beer etc.

A tablespoon is a unit of volume measurement abbreviated as "tbsp." It is commonly used in cooking recipes. Tablespoons are available in different types and sizes.