Oven Temperature Conversion -Fahrenheit To Celsius Chart

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If you love to cook, bake, or just want to try out a new recipe, it’s important to get the right oven temperature. We are sharing an oven temperature conversion chart that was designed to easily convert between common oven temperature units: Fahrenheit (°F) Celsius (°C), and Gas Marks.

Graphic of an oven.


This conversion chart is a practical tool to help you follow recipes no matter what part of the world you are cooking. In the United States we use the measurement of Fahrenheit but in other countries, measuring in Celsius is used. So don’t put off baking a delicious cookie recipe or roasted pork, use this simple conversion chart to help determine the proper oven temperature.

Oven temperature conversion chart

Note: These are approximate. Keep scrolling to find the mathematical equation for finding the conversions.

Fahrenheit °FCelsius °CGas NumberOven
225 F110 C1/4Very Cool
250 F130 C1/2Very Cool
275 F140 C1Very Slow
300 F150 C2Slow
325 F165 C3Slow
350 F177 C4Moderate
375 F190 C5Moderate
400 F200 C6Moderate Hot
425 F220 C7Hot
450 F230 C8Hot
475 F245 C9Very Hot
500 F260 C10Broiling

Oven temperature printable chart

Want to keep these conversions handy? Print off this chart to keep in your kitchen.

Oven conversion printable.

How to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius

You can use a formula to convert a temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Subtract 32 (from the given temperature) and multiply by .5556

C=(F-32) x .5559

Let’s use an example using 375 °F.

(375 °F – 32) x .5559 = 190.6737 rounded to 190 °C

How to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit

You can use a formula to convert a temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit.

Multiply 1.8 (given temperature) and add 32

F=(Cx1.8) + 32

Let’s use an example of 200 °C

(200 x 1.8) + 32 = 392 rounded up to 400 °F

What is the difference between Fahrenheit and Celsius?

Fahrenheit and Celsius are two different ways to measure temperature. The easiest way to describe the difference is the starting and ending point.

Celsius uses 0°C degrees to mark when water freezes and 100 °C when water boils. Fahrenheit sets the temperature of 32°F degrees with water freezes and 212°F degrees when it boils.

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