# Celsius To Fahrenheit (Oven Conversion Chart)

Need to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit or Fahrenheit to Celsius? 🌡 Stop guessing and get it right the first time with this easy-to-follow guide to temperature conversions for the kitchen and beyond!

Are you feeling lost in translation when it comes to temperature? Fear not, because converting Celsius (℃) to Fahrenheit (℉) is a piece of cake! 🍰

Whether you’re planning a trip abroad or simply trying to bake your favorite recipe, knowing how to convert between these two temperature scales is an essential skill.

In this post, we’ll show you how to make this conversion process a breeze. So read on, my knowledge-seeking friends! 🌟

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### Temperature Scale Systems

What are the different temperature scale systems?

Several temperature systems are commonly used around the world. For the purpose of this post, we’ll be focusing on** **Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Gas Mark.

**Celsius (℃):**The Celsius scale is used in the majority of countries around the world, and it is the preferred temperature scale in scientific and technical contexts.**Fahrenheit (℉):**The Fahrenheit scale is still commonly used in the United States and other countries, including the Bahamas, Belize, and the Cayman Islands.**Gas Mark (Mk):**The Gas Mark scale is commonly used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and other countries that use ovens with gas burners.

### What is Celsius?

The Celsius (℃) scale is used in most countries around the world, including Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. It is also known as the centigrade scale and is named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius, who developed the scale in the 18th century.

The Celsius scale is based on the freezing and boiling points of water. On this scale, the freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius, and the boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius.

Celsius is a common unit of temperature measurement used in baking and cooking recipes. Many recipes, especially those from European countries, use Celsius to specify the oven temperature needed for baking or cooking.

Temperatures on the Celsius scale are measured in degrees, and they can be positive or negative. Positive temperatures indicate that the substance is above freezing, while negative temperatures indicate that the substance is below freezing.

### What is Fahrenheit?

Fahrenheit (℉) is a temperature scale most widely used in the United States and a few other countries. It is named after the German physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, who invented the temperature scale in 1724.

On the Fahrenheit scale, the freezing point of water is 32 degrees and the boiling point of water is 212 degrees, at standard atmospheric pressure. The difference between the two reference points is divided into 180 equal parts or degrees, which makes the size of each degree on the Fahrenheit scale smaller than that on the Celsius scale.

Fahrenheit is used in everyday life for measuring outdoor temperatures, cooking and baking temperatures, and in some industries, such as HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning). However, in most countries around the world, the Celsius scale is used as the primary temperature scale for scientific and technical purposes.

### What is Gas Mark?

Gas mark is a temperature scale used in cooking, especially in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and some Commonwealth countries. It is used to indicate the temperature of an oven in terms of the gas mark number, which corresponds to a specific temperature range.

The gas mark scale ranges from 1 to 9. Gas mark 1 corresponds to a temperature of 140°C (275°F), while gas mark 9 corresponds to a temperature of 240°C (475°F). The temperatures for each gas mark vary slightly depending on the type of oven and the manufacturer, so it is always best to consult your oven’s manual for specific guidelines.

Gas mark temperatures are often used in baking recipes, particularly for cakes, breads, and pastries, to ensure that the oven is at the correct temperature for the recipe.

### A Guide To Cooking With Temperatures

Knowing the right temperature to use when cooking and baking is essential. Some recipes and projects specify the temperature in Fahrenheit (℉), while others use Celsius (℃) or gas mark.

In general, baking temperatures range from around 150°C (or 300°F) for slow and gentle cooking to 230°C (or 450°F) for high-temperature baking, such as for making bread or pizza. It’s important to follow the temperature and timing instructions in the recipe for the best results.

For example, our Peanut Butter Cookies call for the oven to be preheated to 350°F (or 180°C), and this Roasted Cauliflower Steaks recipe requires a higher temperature of 425°F (or 220°C). Knowing how to convert between Fahrenheit and Celsius can be helpful in following recipes from different sources, as some recipes might use one unit of measurement over the other.

Here is a look at the most common oven temperatures and what they are used for in the kitchen…

**250°F is equivalent to 130°C, or gas mark 1/2.** This temperature is often used for slow-cooking or warming dishes.

**275°F is equivalent to 140°C, or gas mark 1.** This temperature is often used for slow cooking and roasting proteins and vegetables.

**300°F is equivalent to 150°C, or gas mark 2.** This temperature is often used for baking delicate cakes, cookies, and pastries.

**325°F is equivalent to 165°C, or gas mark 3.** This temperature is often used for slow cooking and roasting. As well as baking cakes, brownies, and bread.

**350°F is equivalent to 180°C, or gas mark 4.** This temperature is often used for baking banana bread, making pies, fudgy vegan brownies, and casseroles.

**375°F is equivalent to 190°C, or gas mark 5.** This temperature is often used for baking cookies and other baked goods that require a crispy texture.

**400°F is equivalent to 200°C, or gas mark 6.** This temperature is often used for veggie enchiladas, baking pizza, roasting vegetables, and making crispy fried foods.

**425°F is equivalent to 220°C, or gas mark 7. **This temperature is often used for roasting proteins and vegetables and making baked goods that require a golden-brown color.

**450°F is equivalent to 230°C, or gas mark 8.** This temperature is often used for broiling, roasting, and making homemade artisan bread and crispy fried foods.

**475°F is equivalent to 240°C, or gas mark 9.** This temperature is often used for broiling, roasting, and making crispy fried foods.

Here is a look at the oven temperature conversions in a table for easy reference:

Fahrenheit (degrees F) | Celsius (degrees C) | Gas Mark | Oven Terms |
---|---|---|---|

225°F | 110°C | 1/4 Mk | Very Cool |

250°F | 130°C | 1/2 Mk | Very Slow |

275°F | 140°C | 1 Mk | Very Slow |

300°F | 150°C | 2 Mk | Slow |

325°F | 165°C | 3 Mk | Slow |

350°F | 177°C | 4 Mk | Moderate |

375°F | 190°C | 5 Mk | Moderate |

400°F | 200°C | 6 Mk | Moderately Hot |

425°F | 220°C | 7 Mk | Hot |

450°F | 230°C | 8 Mk | Hot |

475°F | 245°C | 9 Mk | Hot |

500°F | 260°C | 10 Mk | Extremely Hot |

550°F | 290°C | 10 Mk | Broiling |

### 📌 Oven Temperature Conversion Chart

Here is a handy chart to help you easily convert between Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Gas Mark using the most common temperatures used in the kitchen.

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### Mathematical Formula

When you need to make degree ℉ and ℃ conversions, here is the mathematical formula for quickly converting Celsius to Fahrenheit and reverse:

#### How To Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit (℃ to ℉)

To convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, use the following formula:

°F = (°C × 1.8) + 32

Here’s how to use the formula:

- Take the temperature in Celsius that you want to convert.
- Multiply it by 1.8.
- Add 32 to the result.
- The final number is the temperature in Fahrenheit.

For example, if the recipe calls for a baking temperature of 180°C, you can convert it to Fahrenheit using the formula:

°F = (180 × 1.8) + 32

°F = 324 + 32

°F = 356

As you can see, the baking temperature in Fahrenheit would be 356°F. We can then round it down to 350°F for our purpose.

#### How To Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius (℉ to ℃)

To convert Fahrenheit (℉) to Celsius (℃), you can use the following formula:

(℉ – 32) ÷ 1.8 = ℃

Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you convert Fahrenheit to Celsius:

- Start by subtracting 32 from the Fahrenheit temperature you want to convert.
- Divide the result by 1.8.
- The resulting number is the temperature in Celsius.

For example, if you want to convert 350℉ to Celsius:

(350 – 32) ÷ 1.8 = 176.67℃

So, 350℉ is equivalent to 176.67℃.

#### How To Convert Gas Mark

Converting Gas Mark to Celsius or Fahrenheit can be done by using the temperature ranges associated with each Gas Mark. The specific temperature ranges can vary slightly depending on the type of oven, so it’s always best to consult your oven manual for the exact temperatures associated with each Gas Mark. Here are the common conversions for Gas Mark to Celsius and Fahrenheit:

- Gas Mark 1 = 140°C (275°F)
- Gas Mark 2 = 150°C (300°F)
- Gas Mark 3 = 170°C (325°F)
- Gas Mark 4 = 180°C (350°F)
- Gas Mark 5 = 190°C (375°F)
- Gas Mark 6 = 200°C (400°F)
- Gas Mark 7 = 220°C (425°F)
- Gas Mark 8 = 230°C (450°F)
- Gas Mark 9 = 240°C (475°F)

### Celsius To Fahrenheit Conversions

Here is a straightforward general list showing the temperature conversions between degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit for temperatures ranging from 0°C to 305°C, using increments of 5 degrees:

- 0°C = 32°F
- 5°C = 41°F
- 10°C = 50°F
- 15°C = 59°F
- 20°C = 68°F
- 25°C = 77°F
- 30°C = 86°F
- 35°C = 95°F
- 40°C = 104°F
- 45°C = 113°F
- 50°C = 122°F
- 55°C = 131°F
- 60°C = 140°F
- 65°C = 149°F
- 70°C = 158°F
- 75°C = 167°F
- 80°C = 176°F
- 85°C = 185°F
- 90°C = 194°F
- 95°C = 203°F
- 100°C = 212°F
- 105°C = 221°F
- 110°C = 230°F
- 115°C = 239°F
- 120°C = 248°F
- 125°C = 257°F
- 130°C = 266°F
- 135°C = 275°F
- 140°C = 284°F
- 145°C = 293°F
- 150°C = 302°F

- 155°C = 311°F
- 160°C = 320°F
- 165°C = 329°F
- 170°C = 338°F
- 175°C = 347°F
- 180°C = 356°F
- 185°C = 365°F
- 190°C = 374°F
- 195°C = 383°F
- 200°C = 392°F
- 205°C = 401°F
- 210°C = 410°F
- 215°C = 419°F
- 220°C = 428°F
- 225°C = 437°F
- 230°C = 446°F
- 235°C = 455°F
- 240°C = 464°F
- 245°C = 473°F
- 250°C = 482°F
- 255°C = 491°F
- 260°C = 500°F
- 265°C = 509°F
- 270°C = 518°F
- 275°C = 527°F
- 280°C = 536°F
- 285°C = 545°F
- 290°C = 554°F
- 295°C = 563°F
- 300°C = 572°F
- 305°C = 581°F

Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion is made using this formula: °F = (°C × 1.8) + 32

**Note:** If using this °C to °F chart for cooking temperatures, simply round the degree Fahrenheit to match your recipe’s temperature better. For example, if a recipe calls for a temperature of 190°C and you want to convert it to Fahrenheit, the equivalent temperature is 374°F. To better match the recipe’s temperature, you can round it to 375°F.

### Fahrenheit to Celsius Conversions

Here is a straightforward done for you general list showing the temperature conversions between degrees Fahrenheit and degrees Celsius for temperatures ranging from 0°F to 500°F using increments of 5 degrees:

- 0°F = -18°C
- 5°F = -15°C
- 10°F = -12°C
- 15°F = -9°C
- 20°F = -7°C
- 25°F = -4°C
- 30°F = -1°C
- 35°F = 2°C
- 40°F = 4°C
- 45°F = 7°C
- 50°F = 10°C
- 55°F = 13°C
- 60°F = 16°C
- 65°F = 18°C
- 70°F = 21°C
- 75°F = 24°C
- 80°F = 27°C
- 85°F = 29°C
- 90°F = 32°C
- 95°F = 35°C
- 100°F = 38°C
- 105°F = 41°C
- 110°F = 43°C
- 115°F = 46°C
- 120°F = 49°C
- 125°F = 52°C
- 130°F = 54°C
- 135°F = 57°C
- 140°F = 60°C
- 145°F = 63°C
- 150°F = 66°C
- 155°F = 68°C
- 160°F = 71°C
- 165°F = 74°C
- 170°F = 77°C
- 175°F = 79°C
- 180°F = 82°C
- 185°F = 85°C
- 190°F = 88°C
- 195°F = 91°C
- 200°F = 93°C
- 205°F = 96°C
- 210°F = 99°C
- 215°F = 102°C
- 220°F = 104°C
- 225°F = 107°C
- 230°F = 110°C
- 235°F = 113°C
- 240°F = 116°C
- 245°F = 118°C
- 250°F = 121°C

- 255°F = 124°C
- 260°F = 127°C
- 265°F = 130°C
- 270°F = 132°C
- 275°F = 135°C
- 280°F = 138°C
- 285°F = 141°C
- 290°F = 143°C
- 295°F = 146°C
- 300°F = 149°C
- 305°F = 151°C
- 310°F = 154°C
- 315°F = 157°C
- 320°F = 160°C
- 325°F = 163°C
- 330°F = 166°C
- 335°F = 168°C
- 340°F = 171°C
- 345°F = 174°C
- 350°F = 177°C
- 355°F = 180°C
- 360°F = 182°C
- 365°F = 185°C
- 370°F = 188°C
- 375°F = 191°C
- 380°F = 193°C
- 385°F = 196°C
- 390°F = 199°C
- 395°F = 202°C
- 400°F = 204°C
- 405°F = 207°C
- 410°F = 210°C
- 415°F = 213°C
- 420°F = 216°C
- 425°F = 218°C
- 430°F = 221°C
- 435°F = 224°C
- 440°F = 227°C
- 445°F = 229°C
- 450°F = 232°C
- 455°F = 235°C
- 460°F = 237°C
- 465°F = 240°C
- 470°F = 243°C
- 475°F = 246°C
- 480°F = 248°C
- 485°F = 251°C
- 490°F = 254°C
- 495°F = 257°C
- 500°F = 260°C
- 505°F = 262°C

This Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion was made using this formula: (℉ – 32) ÷ 1.8 = ℃ and rounding the number.

### Is Celsius better than Fahrenheit? 🤔

The choice of whether Celsius or Fahrenheit is better depends on various factors and preferences. Here is a look at the differences so you can decide for yourself.

Celsius is widely used in most countries around the world, and it is the preferred temperature scale in scientific and technical contexts. Celsius is based on the freezing and boiling points of water, which makes it more straightforward for understanding and comparison of temperatures in everyday life.

On the other hand, Fahrenheit is still commonly used in the United States, and some people find it more intuitive for measuring everyday temperatures, such as weather and cooking. Fahrenheit has a smaller degree interval than Celsius, meaning that changes in temperature are more significant in Fahrenheit than in Celsius.

As you can see, both Celsius and Fahrenheit are useful temperature scales, and the choice of which one to use may depend on personal preference, cultural context, and the specific application.

### FAQs

**What is the boiling point?**

The boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit.

**What is the freezing point?**

The freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius or 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

**At what temperature do Fahrenheit and Celsius match?**

The Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature scales match at -40 degrees, which is the same temperature in both scales. So, -40 degrees Celsius is equivalent to -40 degrees Fahrenheit. After this point, the two scales differ in terms of the size of the degree interval and the temperature values associated with specific reference points, such as the freezing and boiling points of water.

**What is the Celsius to Fahrenheit formula?**

The Celsius to Fahrenheit formula is: °F = (°C × 1.8) + 32

This formula is used to convert temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit. To use the formula, simply multiply the temperature in Celsius by 1.8, and then add 32 to the result. The resulting number will be the temperature in Fahrenheit.

For example, if you have a temperature of 20 degrees Celsius, you can convert it to Fahrenheit using the formula:

°F = (20 × 1.8) + 32 °F = 36 + 32 °F = 68

Therefore, 20 degrees Celsius is equivalent to 68 degrees Fahrenheit.

**What is the Fahrenheit to Celsius formula?**

The Fahrenheit to Celsius formula is: °C = (°F – 32) ÷ 1.8

This formula is used to convert temperatures from Fahrenheit to Celsius. To use the formula, subtract 32 from the temperature in Fahrenheit, and then divide the result by 1.8. The resulting number will be the temperature in Celsius.

For example, if you have a temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit, you can convert it to Celsius using the formula:

°C = (68 – 32) ÷ 1.8 °C = 36 ÷ 1.8 °C = 20

Therefore, 68 degrees Fahrenheit is equivalent to 20 degrees Celsius.

**What is 200℉ to ℃?**

200 degrees F is 93 degrees C.

**What is 350 ℉ to ℃?**

350 degrees F is 177 degrees C.

**What is 375℉ to ℃?**

375 degree F is 190 degrees C.

**What is 400℉ to ℃?**

400 degrees F is 200 degrees C.

**What is 425℉ to ℃?**

425 degrees F is 220 degrees C.

### Food For Thought

Converting between Celsius and Fahrenheit temperatures is necessary for many everyday tasks, from cooking to baking and beyond. By using the formulas provided, anyone can quickly and accurately convert temperatures between these two common scales. With this knowledge, you can confidently navigate temperature-related tasks and produce delicious dishes with precision.