Taylor Measuring Cups & Spoons

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$32.63

The most accurate measuring cup measures by weight, not volume, for precise results. Multi-use, easy all purpose kitchen scale plu...s a measuring cup. It automatically converts 5 preset ingredients - flour, sugar, milk, water and oil - from ounces... read more

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$49.63 $20.99

Get the exact amount of ingredients for your favorite recipes with the Taylor Digital Scale with Measuring Cup. It has a solid pla...stic construction with a molded handle and an integrated digital scale. This Taylor digital measuring cup helps you to... read more

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$27.49

Measure any ingredient with ease with the Taylor 3890 Digital Scale with Measuring Cup. This convenient measuring cup measures eit...her volume or weight, so you can add perfect amounts of both liquids and dry foods to your recipe. The units can be easily... read more

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$36.99

Taylor 4 Cups Digital Scale with Measuring Cup Features: -Digital scale measure cup.-Capacity: 4 cups.-Multi use easy all purpose ...scale plus measuring cup.-Automatically converts 5 pre set ingredients including flour, sugar, milk, water and oil from... read more

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$39.99

Measure your food and ingredients in a variety of ways using this unique 2-in-1 Taylor Digital Measuring Cup and Food Scale. With ...a 4-cup capacity, this handy cup is a must-have for your kitchen baking aspirations. read more

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$24.10

The first digital measuring cup and scale combination. The unit measures in weight and volume as the recipe dictates. The 3890 dig...itally weighs dry ingredients as well as liquid ingredients and is preprogrammed to convert weight to volume for... read more

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$20.99

Find Kitchen Scales at Target.com! You followed the recipe to a “t”. The oven temperature and baking time were both exact; all the... ingredients were at the proper temperature. Everything turned out OK but you expected more. The taste and texture were a little off. How can this be? You did everything you were supposed to do! It’s really not your fault! Baking is an exact science. If you have too much of one ingredient and too little of another, things will change and the end result will be a dessert dilemma. Bakers have found it is more precise to weigh ingredients for baking than to measure them, so you need a tool that confirms all your ingredients are measured in the correct amounts. What could possibly turn you into the pastry chef you dream to be?! The Digital Scale with Measuring Cup by Taylor! Since it is more precise to weigh ingredients for baking than to measure them, the Taylor Digital Scale with Measuring Cup will take the guess work out of your ingredients! Your recipes calls for 1/3 cup of milk, 2 cups of flour; you try to be exact eyeing the lines on the measuring cup but who knows for sure? This scale does! Keep adding flour into the cup and it will tell you, by the weight, once you have 2 cups of the flour in the measuring cup. Same goes for the milk. From the weight of the milk the scale will tell you when you really have 1/3 of a cup. The 3890 automatically converts 5 ingredients from ounces (weight) to cups (volume): flour, sugar, milk, water and oil. It’s very easy to use. Place the scale on a flat surface then press the ON/OFF tare button on the handle of the measuring cup. Press the M button located below the Lcd readout and choose the ingredient: sugar, flour, scale, water, milk or oil. Press U on the lower button to choose the unit of measure: cups, pounds/ounces, grams, fluid ounces or milliliters. Pour your first ingredient into the large 4 cup capacity measuring cup - the weight is displayed in the digital readout. Instead of having to empty the cup and clean it, just hit the tare button and you can add the second ingredient to be weighed, then the third, and so on and so on! Before you’re done, all of your ingredients are all weighed properly in one container and ready to move on to the mixer! Besides baking, the unit is also a standard kitchen scale that can be used to weigh anything in your kitchen. Helpful Hints: Always set scales on flat even surfaces before weighing. The mechanisms are sensitive and this will give you the best and most accurate results. read more

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