# tsp to ml Converter

Created by Gabriela Diaz
Reviewed by Jack Bowater
Last updated: Jun 30, 2023

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:

1. Use the conversion factor of 5 milliliters per metric teaspoon, 1 tsp = 5 ml.
2. 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]

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.

### 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.

### 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.

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