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Powdered Skim Milk (low in fats) Amounts Conversion Results :

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* Precision is how many numbers after decimal point (0 – 9)

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Step 2: Select powdered skim milk
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Powdered milk, low fat (skim milk powder), amount and nutrition facts

Nutritional information table for
powdered skim milk
Powdered Low-Fat Milk
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 40g – 1.4 oz low fat powdered milk
2.5 Servings per 3.5 oz – 100 g
0.2 Servings per 1/8 cup (30ml ~ 9g) *
Energy per serving :
Calories / Kilocalories 143 Cal / kcal Kilojoules
599 kJ
  Nutrients : Per 1/8 cup
( 30ml )
Per 100g
( 3.5 oz )
Energy 129.2 kJ
( 30.9 Cal )
1498 kJ
( 358 Cal )
Protein 3.03g 35.1g
Fat Total 0.1g 0.7g
– saturated 0.04g 0.5g
– trans fat 0.0g 0.0g
– polyunsaturated fat 0.003g 0.03g
– monounsaturated fat 0.02g 0.2g
Cholesterol 1.6 mg 18 mg
Total Carbohydrate 4.50g 52.19g
– Sugars 4.5g 52.2g
Dietary Fiber 0.0g 0.0g
Water (remaining moisture) 0.34g 3.96g
Ash 0.7g 8.03g
Selenium, Se 2.4 µg
(micro gram)
27.3 µg
Sodium, Na 47.3 mg 549 mg
Potassium, K 147.02 mg 1705 mg
Magnesium, Mg 10 mg 117 mg
Phosphorus, P 85 mg 985 mg
Zinc, Zn 0.4 mg 4.4 mg
Calcium, Ca 106 mg 1231 mg
Iron, Fe 0.03 mg 0.3 mg
Copper, Cu 0.004 mg 0.04 mg
Manganese, Mn 0.002 mg 0.02 mg
Vitamin C – ascorbic acid 0.5 mg 5.6 mg
Thiamin (vitamin B1) 0.04 mg 0.41 mg
Riboflavin (vitamin B2) 0.15 mg 1.74 mg
Niacin (vitamin B3) 0.08 mg 0.89 mg
Pantothenic acid 0.28 mg 3.23 mg
Vitamin B6 0.03 mg 0.35 mg
Folate (total) 4 µg
(micro gram)
50 µg
Choline 14.5 mg 167.8 mg
Vitamin B12 0.3 µg
(micro gram)
4 µg
Vitamin A
(IU International Unit)
1 IU 15 IU
Lutein plus Zeaxanthin 0 µg
(micro gram)
0 µg
Vitamin D
(D2 and D3 cholecalciferol)
0.0 µg
(micro gram)
0.0 µg
Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol) 0.001 mg 0.01 mg
Vitamin K (phylloquinone) 0.0 µg
(micro gram)
0.0 µg
L – Lysine 0.2g 2.8g
L – Arginine 0.1g 1.3g
Aspartic acid 0.2g 2.7g
Glutamic acid 0.6g 7.4g
Ingredients: powdered milk low fat
Storage instructions: Store in a cool, dry place
Average expiry time: 1 year from production date
* 1/8 US Legal Nutrition Labeling Cup equals 30ml

Skim milk powder grams in spoons and measuring cups amount (US measuring cup and Metric si cup)

US cup of powdered milk = 68 grams = 2-2/5 ounces net weight
Metric cup of powdered milk = 72 grams = 2-1/2 oz net wt.
Table spoon of powdered milk = 4 grams = 0.1 oz
Teaspoon of skim milk powder = 1.4 grams = 1/20 oz weight

For conversion between other measuring units use the powdered milk converter above.

* Skimmed powdered milk is often called also nonfat dry milk – these two are essentially the same dairy thing, only called differently.

Apart what’s in the powdered milk nutrition facts table, use the dairy skim milk powder calorie counter to calculate dietary and nutritional information for any amount of powdered milk. E.g. convert value from 1/4 of a cup amount, or 50g, 1 fl-oz servings, 100g, even US legal nutrition labeling cup (240ml/cup). Convert from any portion or measure. The tool also makes conversions of sugar or the little bit of remaining fats into energy units, from any amount of fat contained in powdered milk. Details about “skim, skinny, low fat milk powder” are handy as healthy eating tips, for maintaining healthy diet therefore a personal healthcare plus wellbeing.

The powdered skimmed milk online web tool makes smooth unit to unit conversions. From any new specific weight scales versus liquid measures. From weight in pounds ( lb ), ounces ( oz ), kilograms ( kg – kilo ), dekagrams ( dkg – dag – deca – deka ), grams ( g ), 100 grams ( 100 g ) portion, pints ( pt ) into an equivalent amount size. Or convert volume measures of powdered milk from a value in liters ( l ), deciliters ( dl – dcl ), milliliters ( ml ), fluid ounces ( fl-oz ), gallons ( gal ), quarts ( qt ), pint US ( pt ) liquid, table spoons ( tbsp – tblsp – tbs ), tea spoons ( tsp – teasp ) of powdered “low fat” milk and convert also from measuring cups into either American US or Metric kitchen units. Enjoy this useful skim powdered milk converter for cooking, baking and the nutrition data as health tips for wellness.

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  1. A. cup conversion powdered milk weight/volume measures –
    1 cup of powdered milk = 2.4 ounce = 8 fl oz = 68 g = 237 mL

    B. how many grams in one spoon of powdered milk –
    Amount : 1 tbsp (tablespoon) of skim milk powder,
    Equals to : 4.25 g ( grams ) of skim powdered milk.
    Fraction : 4 1/4 g ( gram ) of skim milk powdered.

    C. convert 250 grams of milk powder into fluid ounces –
    Amount : 250 g (gram) of skim milk powder,
    Equals : 29.4 fl-oz ( fluid ounces ) of powdered milk skimmed.
    Fraction : 29 2/5 fl-oz ( 29-41/100 fluid ounce ) of skimmed powdered milk.

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  2. How many grams of milk powder in a liter of milk? The instructions on my powdered milk packaging are totally unclear. What conversion ratio is used for powdered milk in grams and filtered water to turn it into L’s of reconstituted milk?

    Comment from/about : 1 g of powdered milk in l | Permalink

  3. I needed to convert how many ounces of powdered milk are in 8 quarts? Saving money with powdered milk! I knew that 8 pt ( US liquid pints ) is 16.00 cups US bot did not have an idea about conversion into pints instead.

    Amount : 8 qt (quart US liquid) of powdered skim milk powder,
    Equals to : 256.00 fl-oz ( fluid ounce ) of skimmed milk powder.

    Amount : 8 qt dry (quart dry US) of powdered skimmed milk powder,
    Equals in : 297.9 fl-oz ( rounded 298 fluid ounces ) of skimmed powdered milk.
    Fraction result : 297 9/10 fluid ounce ( 297 89/100 fl oz ) of skim milk powder.

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  4. Skim powdered milk nutrition facts in 100g value.
    Calculate for grams of low fat powdered milk in a cup and 1/4 volume of the same low in fat milk powder substance.

    Amount of powdered milk, the skim, low in fat, fat reduced milk from : 1 1/4 cup Equals to : 85.00 g ( 85 grams ) of powdered milk.

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  5. How many grams of dry milk is achieved from one liter skim and whole milk of cow when we use spray drier machine method for making powdered milks or any other method ( cow fat percentage is at 4-5 % ). We would like to manufacture powder milk from our milk productions.

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  6. Step 1: Enter an Amount to Convert – 4 Entered

    Step 2: Select powdered skim milk
    Measuring Unit to Convert From – tablespoons ( tbsp ) of skim milk powder Checked

    Step 3: Select skim milk powder
    Measuring Unit to Convert To – grams ( g ) Checked

    Then there is no button marked “Convert” or anything else to be found to cause it to do and convert and display the results.

    Comment from/about : BlackGumTree | Permalink

  7. It works for me fain. Or what device type have you used to make the skim milk powder from those four tablespoons into grams conversion? It converts automatically seen in the area above the enter amount text field.

    Amount : 4 tablespoons (tbsp) of skim milk powder
    Equals : 17 grams (g) of skim milk powder

    Comment from/about : Rado | Permalink

  8. Excellent range of useful converters including for this low fat dry milk powder. I am not confident that all tsp and tbsp measures are level – because some directions on the web or in books use heaped teaspoons and tablespoons. Could you confirm when relevant? (I measured powdered skimmed milk (Marvel brand) as ~8gm per level tbsp using proper kitchen measures that give~12gm/tbsp water, but 4.25gm in your converter so worth checking that).

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  9. Please note that this is converter for the Instant Dry Nonfat, Skimmed, Milk Powder. Then there is also the Regular Dry Nonfat, Skimmed, Milk Powder type. The regular is nearly twice as heavy than this instant dried skimmed, nonfat, milk. I will make a new calculator for that one too. Instant versus Regular dry skim/non-fat milk.

    OR …

    You may have a different tablespoon in volume sense. 1 UK Tbsp differs to 1 US or Metric tablespoon. Perhaps I should add also UK volume measures in these calculators (these and other countries are in the volume converter for now.) The one in this instant non-fat skim milk dry powder calculator has 15mL per Tbsp (15g water = 15 milliliters), or exactly 16 Tbsp per 1 US measuring cup. Metric cup has 250mL volume ~ 17 Tbsp. Also, how did you fill your tablespoon with the powdered skimmed milk, by scooping with the spoon or was the spoon filled by adding the skim milk powder into the spoon by dropping it in?

    Could it be that you had the spoon packed and plus heaped at the same time therefore the higher weight? With your result it would come to nearly double per one cup, ~ 130g ~ , note that the instant dry skim milk has quite low density … 1 cup US of instant skim milk powder weighs 68 grams (whilst the regular kind is heavier opposed to the instant dried milk.)

    Could you input in the milliliters as ‘from volume’ unit instead of tablespoon/s and convert into grams etc.?

    It is leveled spoons and cups too. Heaped levels are only approximate and cannot be measured accurately when required. Plus the volumes measured are filled in the same way like with flours, to keep accuracy, NOT scooped. Scooping makes the subject measured packed, heavier with no accurate control over it. Try to fill your measure by adding the dried skim milk powder into the Tbsp e.g. with another spoon, dropping it in, then scrape off the extra above the rim and weigh again after.

    Comment from/about : Rado | Permalink

  10. Dear Rado

    I have checked as you advise.
    The bulk poured density of this particular Marvel brand skimmed milk powder is 0.448kg/liter (the volume measure checked against water at 1kg/liter. ( It is fresh powder & I checked the powder was loose and easily pouring in its container before pouring 0.5 litres.)

    That gives for (the metric cup measure of 17Tbsp/250ml) a mass of 6.6gm/Tbsp.
    Also for the one in the calculator with a 15ml Tbsp that gives a mass of 6.7gm per Tbsp.
    Both close enough for cooking.

    So metric cup 112gm, US cup 108gm

    A scooped & leveled Tbsp, really how people would do it in cooking, came out at 7.0gm/Tbsp (Av of 10), but in our measuring set the Tbsp averages 13.5gm of water/Tbsp. So 7gm/13.5ml gives a scoop density of 0.52kg/liter, which as you say is a bit more than the poured density.
    So at 15ml/Tbsp and 16 Tbspn/ US cup that equals 124gm.
    I think that we can say the error scooping is an extra ~15% of powder.

    So a different density. I think that different powdered skim milk brands must be able to vary their bulk density to achieve better ability to dissolve & perhaps there are marketing advantages, or just different processes, so there will be inherent uncertainty to these measures.

    The US-metric differences I now realise are not that different for ordinary cooking, particularly given errors in equipment. Perhaps a note to say that measures are level and the ml volumes used would help, but the uncertainties with brands may be worth observing for particular products, and that scooping can compact some loose powders, for example skimmed milk has been measured to compact by 15%.

    I hope that helps your good work.


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  11. Dear Alastair,
    Thank you very much for looking into this. Basically your email helped me to come up with the ANSWER to our subject!

    The difference in the densities for the product/s variant of the skim (non-fat) dry milk is only: “INSTANT” and “REGULAR”

    In fact the instant dried milk powder type is almost 2 times lighter-in-weight than the regular dried milk powder! The instant kind is somewhat aerated and more loose, it can be poured easily when compared with the regular dry milk. The page, if you look at it with this knowledge is for the instant type. I have to make it more visible now.

    With compliments again.

    Good vibes,
    PS nice to meet you like this – it’s fruitful education/knowledge wise.

    Comment from/about : Rado | Permalink

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