The 8 Best Measuring Cups of 2023

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Best Measuring Cups

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Measuring cups are one of the items that are essential in just about every kitchen. Whether you’re measuring flour for a cake, broth for soup, or peanut butter for a batch of cookies, you’ll reach for measuring cups over and over again.

There are two different types of measuring cups: those designed for measuring dry ingredients and those for liquids. Since you need different cups for different dry amounts, dry measuring cups come in sets. Liquid measuring cups can be used for various amounts. Though you might only need one, it can be handy to have several, especially when you're making a recipe with more than one liquid to be measured.

Here, we've collected the best measuring cups for all of your cooking needs.

Best for Dry Measurements

Bellemain 6-Piece Stainless Steel Measuring Cup Set

Bellemain Stainless Steel Measuring Cup Set, 6 Piece


What We Like
  • Great variety of measurements

  • Sturdy stainless steel design

  • Seamless cup and handle

What We Don't Like
  • Small handles may be difficult to grip

This 6-piece measuring cup set features two sizes that aren’t always included in basic sets—a 0.66-cup measure and a 0.75-cup measure. While it’s certainly possible to measure those amounts using other cups multiple times, it’s much easier to measure once, as our home tester found. The set also includes the more common 0.25, 0.33, 0.5, and 1-cup measures, so you’ll always have the one you need.

These are made from 18/8 stainless steel and are designed to sit upright without tipping, so you can set them on the counter to pour ingredients into them or fill them ahead of time and set them aside until you need them. For storage, they nest easily, so they won’t take extra space in your cabinet or drawer. Our tester remarked that these are sturdy and durable, though the shorter handles might not be easy to hold for some.

These have both U.S. and metric sizes etched on the wide handles, so you can see at a glance which cup you have. There are no welds, and all the edges are smooth, so you won’t run into anything sharp. When cooking is done, simply toss them in the dishwasher.

Price at time of publish: $25


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Material: Stainless steel | Uses: Dry ingredients | Number of Pieces: 6

Testing Takeaway

"This is a great all-around measuring cup set for dry ingredients. This feels like the set you'd find in serious home cooks kitchens."

Best for Liquid Measurements

Oxo Good Grips 3-Piece Angled Measuring Cup Set

OXO Good Grips 3-Piece Angled Measuring Cup Set


What We Like
  • Easily read from above the cup

  • Microwave- and dishwasher-safe

  • Nonslip handles

What We Don't Like
  • Plastic may wear with use

When you’re using a standard liquid measuring cup, you should place the cup on a flat surface and read the measurement at eye level. That means a lot of stooping and squatting—unless you have this angled measuring cup set. If you like reading the measures from the side, you can certainly do that, but these are designed, so you can also read the measurements from the top. No need to fill then bend down to check the amount. 

This set of three neatly nest for storage, and since these are microwave-safe, you can measure and then heat water, juice, or milk for your recipe. Just note that they shouldn’t be used for microwaving fats or oils. While measuring stock and tomato sauce, our home tester found these easy to fill and pours were drip-free. She also noted plenty of clearance between the filled capacity and the brim of the cup so it's easy to transfer liquids without worrying about any sloshing over the sides.

With both standard and metric measures, you can use these liquid measuring cups for any recipe. The set includes 1-cup, 2-cup, and 4-cup options, and they all have ​nonslip handles that are "extra grippy," according to our tester. For easy cleaning, just toss them in the dishwasher on the top rack.

Price at time of publish: $24


The Spruce Eats / Sharon Lehman

Material: BPA-free plastic | Uses: Liquid ingredients | Number of Pieces: 3

Testing Takeaway

"They're easy to use thanks to the angled measurement markings on the inside of the cups and they stack for compact storage. This set will replace my old Pyrex glass liquid measuring cups, which are heavier, bulkier, and don't stack as well."

Best Collapsible

Squish 4-Piece Collapsible Measuring Cup Set

Squish 4-Piece Collapsible Measuring Cup Set


What We Like
  • Great for minimal storage space

  • Dishwasher-safe and easy-to-clean

  • Colorful

What We Don't Like
  • Collapsible cup may wear out with use

This set of measuring cups collapses for easy storage in a drawer or other small spaces. An included loop can connect them, so they can be hung on a single hook, or keep them separate and grab one at a time. The set includes 1-cup, 0.5-cup, 0.33-cup, and 0.25-cup measuring cups. The handle and rim are made from sturdy plastic, while the cup portions are cheerfully colored in silicone.

Our home tester found these to be very lightweight, using them to measure both flour and peanut butter. When scooping flour, the cup was slightly too wide for easy leveling, though it was still possible. The nut butter did take little extra work to get out of the measuring cups. The silicone felt durable and were easy to collapse. Our tester did note that these work better for starter kitchens or for those who need a portable option.

The capacity is marked on each cup, so it’s easy to grab the right one for your recipe. When cooking is done, these are dishwasher-safe for super-simple cleanup every time. This set is also available with matching collapsible measuring spoons with 1 tablespoon, 1 teaspoon, 0.5 teaspoon, and 0.25 teaspoon.

Price at time of publish: $10


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Material: Silicone and BPA-free plastic | Uses: Dry ingredients | Number of Pieces: 4

Best Adjustable

OXO Good Grips 2-Cup Adjustable Measuring Cup

OXO Good Grips 2 Cup Adjustable Measuring Cup


What We Like
  • Great for sticky or thick ingredients

  • Dry or liquid ingredient compatible

  • Dishwasher safe

What We Don't Like
  • Takes up more space than average cups

This one cup does it all. It holds 2 cups and is adjustable with a simple twist to align the body with the cup’s measurements. There are separate measurement marks for liquid or dry ingredients in U.S. and metric measures. And there's no need to grab another cup for a new amount—you simply twist to set a new measurement and fill the cup again.

As our tester found out, adjustable measuring cups aren't the easiest to use for thin liquids or dry ingredients. But where they excel are for sticky liquids like honey or thick ingredients like peanut butter or Greek yogurt. To use this, you'd turn the cup over and twist to push the ingredients out. A silicone disk on the pusher scrapes the sides clean as you push the ingredients out so you won’t waste a drop. For cleaning, just slide the two pieces apart and wash them on the top rack of your dishwasher. When washing is done, it’s easy to slip the pieces together again for storage.

Price at time of publish: $15


The Spruce Eats / Sharon Lehman

Material: BPA-free plastic | Uses: Wet or dry ingredients | Capacity: 2 cups

Best Measuring Scoop

RSVP International Endurance Oval 0.5-Cup Measuring Scoop

RSVP International Endurance Oval 1/2 Cup Measuring Scoop


What We Like
  • Great for dry goods bins

  • Sturdy stainless steel construction

  • Dishwasher-safe

What We Don't Like
  • Different measurements sold separately

Measuring scoops are great for leaving in canisters of frequently used items, whether it’s sugar, rice, or pet food. No need to wash the scoop each time—since there’s no cross-contamination—just leave the scoop in the canister for the next use. If a smaller quantity is needed, the scoop makes it easy to fill a traditional measuring cup.

Our home tester found the 5.75-inch long handle was comfortable while scooping flour, and it makes it simple to dip deep into a canister. The 18/8 stainless steel is durable and noncorrosive, When it needs to be cleaned, or it’s time to move it to another canister, the scoop is dishwasher-safe. RSVP International also makes this scoop in a 0.25 cup and a 1 cup size.

Price at time publish: $12


The Spruce Eats / Sharon Lehman

Material: Stainless steel | Uses: Dry ingredients | Capacity: 0.25 cup, 0.5 cup, 1 cup

Best Measuring Beakers

OXO Good Grips 7-Piece Nesting Measuring Beaker Set

OXO Good Grips 7 Piece Nesting Beaker Set


What We Like
  • Wide range of measurements

  • Dishwasher-safe

  • Colorful nonslip bases

What We Don't Like
  • Hard to clean interior of smaller beakers

This set of seven beakers can measure any quantity you need from 1 cup down to 1 teaspoon. The beakers are handle-free, and they nest neatly together, so the entire set stores in the same space as a drinking glass, as our tester noted. Shaped like beakers, these have a pouring spout that makes neat, precise pouring easy, even if you’ve over-poured the vanilla and you want to return some to the bottle.

The set includes 1-cup, 0.66-cup, 0.5-cup, 2-ounce (0.25-cup), 1-ounce, 1-tablespoon, and 1-teaspoon beakers, with both U.S. and metric measurements. Our home tester noted that the colorful bottoms are grippy as well, making it easy to do a level pour. Since each beaker has incremental measurements, larger beakers can also be used for smaller measures, making this set great for mise en place when ingredients need to be added separately. These are top-rack dishwasher-safe, which might be one of the only ways to thoroughly clean the interiors of the smaller beakers, according to our tester. Oxo also offer a smaller 4-piece set.

Price at time of publish: $23

Best Measuring Cup

The Spruce Eats / Sharon Lehman

Material: BPA-free plastic | Uses: Wet ingredients | Number of Pieces: 7

Testing Takeaway

"The colors are fun, they feel very well made, and there is a ton of versatility with measurements. Plus, it's extra fun to mix and measure ingredients with a beaker-style set—it reminds me of school science lab experiments in a good way!"

Best Budget

Farberware Stainless Steel Iridescent Measuring Cups Set

Farberware Set of 4 Stainless Steel Iridescent Measuring Cups


What We Like
  • Fun rainbow iridescent finish

  • Long handles for a secure grip

  • Great for kids

What We Don't Like
  • Can tip over while measuring

Do you want a set of stainless-steel measuring cups from a reputable manufacturer that also happens to look like a shiny rainbow? If that sounds amazing to you, check out this set of Farberware stainless-steel iridescent measuring cups.

This 4-piece set includes the usual measurements: 0.25 cup, 0.33 cup, 0.5 cup, and 1 cup. While the dishwasher-safe set provides colorful fun in the kitchen, our tester had some issues with the design while spooning her flour. The handles are long enough to securely grip during a scoop measurement, but the smaller two cups tilted over from the handle's weight. You'll have to have a free hand when measuring flour. She also found the included ball chain is more for keeping these together as it was difficult to get over a regular-sized hook.

Price at time of publish: $12

Best Measuring Cups

The Spruce Eats / Sharon Lehman

Material: Stainless steel | Uses: Dry ingredients | Number of Pieces: 4

Best Large Capacity

Pyrex Prepware 8-Cup Glass Measuring Cup

Pyrex Prepware 8-Cup Glass Measuring Cup


If you’ve ever measured water for a turkey brine, 1 cup at a time, or if you make lemonade by the gallon, you’ll appreciate this extra-large measuring cup. It holds 8 cups, so you’ll have your stockpot filled with fewer measures and less counting of cups.

It's made from tempered glass, so there’s no need to worry about using it for a spicy marinade one day and a batch of ice cream base on the next day. The red graphics are easy to read, with U.S. measures on one side and metric on the other. The integrated handle is easy to grab, even when you’re wearing an oven mitt.

While you probably won’t cook in a measuring cup, this one is microwave-safe, so you can use it for melting chocolate or butter or for heating liquids. It’s also refrigerator- and freezer-safe, as well as top-rack dishwasher-safe. There is a compatible lid that can also act as a strainer.

Price at time of publish: $39

Material: Glass | Uses: Wet ingredients | Capacity: 8 cups (2 quarts)

Final Verdict

The Bellemain 6-Piece Stainless Steel Measuring Cup Set and the Oxo Good Grips 3-Piece Angled Measuring Cup Set both deserve a spot in your cupboards. If you're looking for a budget-friendly set, the colorful Farberware Stainless Steel Iridescent Measuring Cups Set will make cooking fun.

How We Tested

Each of our selected measuring cups was tested hours on end by our product tester for the most authentic results. We paid close attention to the design of the measuring cups, including the comfort of the handle and storage. The measuring cups were tested by measuring both wet and dry ingredients. Each was given a careful rating for design, performance, durability, ease of cleaning, and overall value.

Other Options We Tested

  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products 1-Cup Bouncer Measuring Cup: We preciously recommended this sturdy polycarbonate measuring cup as a budget pick. It has U.S. and metric measurements, and can withstand extreme temperatures. But, when we sent this to our home tester, she found the lack of a spout led stock to drip down the sides, the measurement markings were fuzzy, and the overall design felt cheap and low-quality.

What to Look for in Measuring Cups

By Jenny Kellerhals

Measures & Markings

For dry measuring cups, a basic set includes a 1/4-, 1/3-, 1/2-, and 1-cup measure. Larger sets may include additional increments such as 1/8-, 2/3-, and 3/4-cup measures, and even the elusive 2-cup measuring cup, which is very helpful, even if they aren’t necessary. Smaller measurements or metric units may be stamped onto the side of the measuring cup. While not the most accurate way to measure, these additional increments can still come in handy.

The cup measurement should be engraved or stamped onto the handle. Measurements written on the inside or side of the cup can be difficult or impossible to read when the cup is full. Labels are likely to peel off after several washes, leaving you second-guessing yourself every time you go to measure an ingredient. Printed-on measurements may also rub off over time. 

Jasmine rice in a measuring cup

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Liquid measuring cups typically come in 1-cup, 2-cup, or 4-cup sizes but can also be found in smaller and larger increments, depending on what you need to measure. Most liquid measuring cups are either plastic or glass and typically have the measurements painted onto the side in both standard and metric units. Some plastic cups have the measurements stamped on and painted to remain useful when the paint eventually wears off. 

The exception to this is the OXO Good Grips Angled Measuring Cup. Not only does it have the liquid measurements painted on the side of the cup, but it also features measurements inside the cup to be read from above. The advantage of reading the liquid measurements from above is huge: classic measuring cups are best read at eye-level sitting on a flat countertop, which means you have to bend over and struggle to read their measurements accurately. While inside measurements may also wear off with extended use, they seem to last much longer than classically painted measuring cups.

Measuring scoop with flour

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Stainless steel: Ideal for dry measuring, stainless steel cups are the most sturdy and well-balanced measuring cups on the market. Your best choice is a set of stainless steel measuring cups formed out of solid sheets of metal, such as the Bellemain six-piece stainless steel measuring cup set. Stainless steel is also non-porous and will not pick up odors or colors. 

A single-body cup and handle allow for smoother leveling and less debris build-up in the little crannies of the cup. Cups with handles that have been attached separately tend to break off after prolonged use. A measuring cup without a handle is more difficult to scoop with and can even leave holes in the side of the cup if the welding detaches from the side. 

Plastic: Both dry and liquid measuring cups come in plastic options. Plastic cups meant for dry measurements are typically lighter-weight than stainless steel cups, and they are usually a little less expensive. Unfortunately, they may not be as stable when being filled with lightweight ingredients and may topple over more easily. 

When using plastic measuring cups for liquids, avoid using heated oils or color-saturated ingredients that may stain your measuring cup or leave it permanently scented and dyed. Plastic cups may crack if exposed to heat and cold for a prolonged time or if it's dropped.

Silicone: Silicone is typically used in collapsible cups or in conjunction with plastic measuring cups as a comfortable slip-resistant handle or non-slip base. Silicone can be used in all of the same applications as plastic, but it also has the drawback of holding on to aggressive odors and colors. When using a silicone measuring cup, make sure not to apply any pressure to the cup itself to avoid pinching it and throwing off the measurement (for example, don’t hold the cup between your thumb and forefinger while scooping or leveling; use the handle instead).

sour cream, whole milk, pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, vanilla extract, and egg in a measuring cup

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Glass: Glass is most often used for liquid measuring cups and is a traditional favorite. Pyrex has been making the gold standard of liquid measuring cups for generations. Look for an easy-to-read, screen-printed measurement on the side of the glass and an L-shaped handle (instead of a C-shaped handle that’s attached to the cup at both ends) to make stacking multiple cups easy. Glass measuring cups are usually heavier than plastic cups, but they are non-porous and resistant to odors and stains. Most glass measuring cups are tempered or fortified but can still crack or shatter if dropped. 


Most measuring cups, both dry and liquid, are designed to nest into the next-largest measuring cup in the set. When nested, the cups only take up as much space in your cabinets or drawers as the largest cup in the set. If space is limited, a collapsible set of measuring cups like the Squish four-piece set comes in handy—reducing how much space is taken up in full drawers. Many dry measuring cups come with holes in the handle to hang, whether on a ring or individually on a hook. Hanging your cups makes them easier to grab quickly when you’re ready to bake, as well as quick to find (as opposed to you having to rifle through a packed kitchen drawer) and easy to air-dry if they were washed by hand. 


One of the smaller hand tools in the kitchen, measuring cups are typically very affordable. $10 or less will buy you a perfectly functional set of dry measuring cups or an economical liquid measuring cup. $20 will get you a high-quality set of either style of cup. Since this equipment is relatively inexpensive and used so frequently, it’s worth it to spend a little extra on the dependable stainless steel dry measuring cups and the Pyrex or OXO liquid measuring cups if you can. 


Measuring cups and spoons typically do not come with a warranty. If you’re concerned about any manufacturing flaws, it’s best to find out the return policy of the store you’re planning on buying your measuring cups from before purchasing.

Types of Measuring Cups

Dry Measuring Cups

Dry measuring cups are designed to be used exclusively with dry or solid ingredients that can be dipped into a bag of flour, for example, filled to the top, and leveled off with ease for the most accurate volumetric measurement. Trying to measure a dry ingredient in a liquid measuring cup will likely provide you with a less accurate measurement because the measurement line is a little more ambiguous, and filling the cup to the appropriate level is often difficult.

Dry measuring cups are typically stainless steel, plastic, silicone, or aluminum. Stainless steel cups are the most reliable and resilient, but plastic and silicone cups can also be dependable. Aluminum cups should be avoided because they tend to bend or dent, making your measuring inaccurate.

Measuring cup and spoon filled with flour
Measuring Flour.

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Liquid Measuring Cups

Liquid measuring cups are designed specifically for liquid ingredients, making it easy to measure them into a stable cup. The liquid measuring cup allows enough space to carry the ingredient to the pot or bowl it’s ultimately going to without spilling (which it almost certainly would do if measured into a dry measuring cup). You’re also provided with a clear view of your ingredients, which is useful if you’re mixing several ingredients in your measuring cup in advance. 

Liquid measuring cups are typically glass or plastic. Both glass and plastic cups are usually microwave- and dishwasher-safe. Glass measuring cups tend to have a longer lifespan than plastic cups. 


Measuring spoons are almost a category of their own, but for the sake of measuring, all of the above rules apply. A basic set includes 1/4-, 1/2-, 1- teaspoon, and 1-tablespoon measures. Larger sets might include 1/8, 1/3, and 1 1/2 teaspoon (also called 1/2 tablespoon) increments as well. Measuring spoons can be used for either liquid or dry measuring. 

Spoons typically come in stainless steel or plastic, although stainless steel will last longer than plastic. Ideally, the measurements should be engraved into the spoon's handle for easy reading. A set attached to a ring is great for keeping the spoons together—so your 1 teaspoon measure doesn’t disappear into the ether of your junk drawer. As with measuring cups, avoid aluminum spoons that bend easily and make your measurements inaccurate. 


Measuring scoops are like a cross between a dry measuring cup and a very large measuring spoon. Reminiscent of the scoops found in the bulk grains or candy sections at the grocery store, these scoops are portioned like measuring cups, with an oval or pointed shape, to make scooping dry ingredients in large quantities easier. 


By Karen Resta

Are liquid and dry measuring cups the same? 

No, each type is designed specifically for its intended use. Dry measuring cups are designed to be filled to the brim and leveled off, while liquid measuring cups are designed to be read at the liquid's meniscus. The surface tension of liquid would overfill or spill out in a dry cup, while a dry ingredient can't be leveled correctly in a liquid cup. Both would lead to inaccurate ingredient measurements and possibly ruined recipes.

How do you store measuring cups? 

There are different ways to store measuring cups, depending on the type of cup and the amount of space available. Some sets are made to stack together and can be stored on a shelf or in a drawer. Drawer dividers and organizers can keep them easy to reach. If the measuring cups are metal it may be possible to hang them on a magnetic knife bar. Some measuring cups may have a hole near the end of the handle so they can be hung on individual wall hooks or pegs. Glass measuring cups, particularly those with handles, will have to be stored on a safe shelf where they can be easily reached yet not subject to being knocked around. 

What are the standard sizes for dry measuring cups? 

The standard size of most dry measuring cups is 0.25 cup, 0.33 cup, 0.5 cup and 1 cup. Nonstandard sizes would be 0.125 cup, 0.66 cup, and 0.75 cup.

Are plastic measuring cups microwave safe? 

Most of the plastic measuring cups on the market today are microwave safe, but it’s always a good idea to check the manufacturer’s specifications.

Are glass measuring cups microwave safe? 

Glass measuring cups can generally be presumed to be microwave safe, but it’s important to not place a cup from the refrigerator directly into the microwave or to heat for long periods of time in the microwave. In either case, the glass will be stressed and subject to breakage.



Primarily an online kitchen equipment retailer, Bellemain offers an eclectic assortment of small kitchen wares, from measuring cups to silverware drawer organizers and mixing bowl sets. Without the overhead of a classic brick-and-mortar retailer, the brand can sell highly-rated kitchen products online at easily accessible prices. 

OXO Good Grips

Professional chefs love OXO measuring equipment for its durability and intuitive designs. From the brand's easy-to-read angled measuring cups to its high-quality digital scales, OXO's measuring equipment is some of the best on the market. Also known for its kitchen storage solutions and handy tools, OXO can be found at most home-good retailers and some grocery stores at reasonable prices. 




A brand with a reputation that speaks for itself, Rubbermaid has been known for its durable plastic products for decades. A brand found in commercial and home kitchens (and nearly everywhere else), Rubbermaid makes everything from sandwich containers and veggie savers to outdoor storage sheds and portable coolers. Reliability at an accessible price is guaranteed with almost all Rubbermaid products in the kitchen and around the house. 


Pyrex has been a staple in American kitchens for generations. The brand's casserole dishes and liquid measuring cups can be found in most grocery and drug stores, as well as any kitchen goods store. The ubiquity of Pyrex products is based on the longevity and merit of the products they make. A well-maintained glass Pyrex measuring cup (or casserole dish or pie plate) is likely to last you a decade or longer.


Squish makes exactly what its name suggests: squishy, collapsible, silicone, and plastic kitchen equipment. Its colanders, mixing bowls, and measuring spoons are popular additions to kitchens with limited storage space or for cooks who just like colorful and neat kitchen gadgets. The silicone products Squish produces are flexible, durable, and highly rated by online users. 

RSVP International

RSVP International makes a massive line of kitchen and serving equipment. Most of its products are geared towards restaurants and wholesale customers, but many tools are also available to the public on large-market consumer-friendly websites such as Amazon and Home Depot. Most of the everyday equipment the brand makes is reasonably priced, although its specialty equipment can come at more premium prices. 

Person pouring liquid into glass from measuring cup

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Donna Currie specializes in testing kitchen tools for The Spruce Eats. Her interest in cooking and baking was encouraged by her parents from a young age and led her to pursue cooking and recipe development. She is a freelance food writer, maintains a personal blog, and published the "Make Ahead Bread" cookbook.

Jenny Kellerhals is a professional pastry chef and food writer currently living in Queens, New York City. With over a decade of experience in professional pastry kitchens and bakeries, Jenny has a wide range of experience with professional and home tools. Only the best equipment makes the cut in her tiny apartment, often overflowing with baked goods.

Each set of measuring cups in this roundup was tested by Sharon Lehman, a home cook and registered dietitian. Since testing, our top pick and the Oxo Good Grips Beaker Set earned permanent spots in her kitchen. Sharon has been writing and testing products for The Spruce Eats since 2019.

Karen Resta is a writer specializing in food culture and history, cooking, pastries, and restaurants. A former pastry chef, she travels to Budapest, Kyiv, and Paris during their Fashion Weeks as a photographer and writer.

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