# tsp to ml Converter

With Omni's **tsp to ml converter**, you'll instantly be able to convert any volume in teaspoons to milliliters. Do you need to know what's the equivalence of **2 teaspoons in milliliters** or **1/2 tsp to ml?** Then this tool is your ally 😄 We invite you to keep reading and find:

**How to convert ml to tsp**; and- A
**ml to tsp conversion table**filled with the most commonly used amounts.

## How to use the tsp to ml converter

Simply **enter the volume in teaspoons (tsp)** that you'd like to know **in milliliters (ml),** and the converter will show you the **ml result in the row below**. Simple right? 😉

Now that you know how to use it, why not test some values? For example, what's the converter's result if we'd like to convert **0.25 tsp (1/4 tsp) to ml?**

## How do I convert tsp to ml?

To go **from teaspoons to milliliters**:

- Use the conversion factor of 5 milliliters per metric teaspoon,
**1 tsp = 5 ml.** **Multiply**the volume in tsp that you'd like to convert**by the conversion factor 5 ml/tsp.**i.e., if you'd like to convert 2 tsp to ml:`2 tsp * (5 ml/tsp) = 10 ml`

. And that's it!

## tsp to ml conversion chart

In this **tsp to ml conversion chart** we included some of the most popular conversions from metric teaspoons to milliliters:

Teaspoons [tsp] | Milliliters [ml] | |
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1/8 | 0.625 | |

1/5 | 1 | |

1/4 | 1.25 | |

1/2 | 2.5 | |

3/4 | 3.75 | |

1 | 5 | |

2 | 10 | |

3 | 15 | |

4 | 20 | |

5 | 25 | |

6 | 30 | |

8 | 40 |

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## FAQ

### How much are 2 teaspoons in ml?

**10 ml.** To get this result yourself, use the conversion factor of **1 tsp = 5 ml**. i.e. `2 tsp x (5 ml / 1 tsp) = 10 ml`

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### How much is 1 tsp in ml?

**5 ml.** By employing the conversion factor of **1 metric tsp per every 5 ml** you can get this result. i.e. `1 tsp x (5 ml / 1 tsp) = 5 ml`

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### Is 1/2 tsp equal to 2.5 ml?

**Yes, that's correct!** 1/2 tsp or 0.5 teaspoons (tsp) equals 2.5 milliliters (ml). This is because **every metric teaspoon corresponds to a volume of 5 milliliters.**