Oven Temperature Conversions
We have all run into a recipe (or recipes) that we would like to use but that are given with an oven setting other than what we typically use. This guide is meant to cover a wide base of oven temperature conversions, either with the calculations that you would need to use or with a quick chart.
To Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius:
Subtract 32, multiply by 5, then divide by 9
To Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit:
Multiply by 9, divide by 5, then add 32.
quick oven temperature conversions listed below
Fahrenheit (degrees F) | Celsius (degrees C) | Gas Mark
(plus Description, German Stufe, French Thermostat)
225 degrees F | 105 degrees C | Gas Mark 1/4 | Very Cool | Stufe 1/2
230 degrees F | 110 degrees C | Gas Mark 1/4 | Very Cool
250 degrees F | 120 degrees C | Gas Mark 1/2 | Very Slow | Thermostat 4
265 degrees F | 130 degrees C | Gas Mark 1 | Very Slow
275 degrees F | 135 degrees C | Gas Mark 1 | Very Slow
300 degrees F | 150 degrees C | Gas Mark 2 | Slow | Stufe 3/4 | Thermostat 5
325 degrees F | 160 degrees C | Gas Mark 3 | Slow | Stufe 1 1/4
350 degrees F | 175 degrees C | Gas Mark 4 | Moderate | Stufe 1 3/4 | Thermostat 6
375 degrees F | 190 degrees C | Gas Mark 5 | Moderate | Stufe 2 1/4
400 degrees F | 205 degrees C | Gas Mark 6 | Moderately Hot | Stufe 3
410 degrees F | 210 degrees C | Gas Mark 6 | Moderately Hot | Stfufe 3 | Thermostat 7
425 degrees F | 220 degrees C | Gas Mark 7 | Hot | Stufe 4
450 degrees F | 230 degrees C | Gas Mark 8 | Hot | Stufe 4
460 degrees F | 240 degrees C | Gas Mark 8 | Hot | Stufe 5 | Thermostat 8
475 degrees F | 245 degrees C | Gas Mark 9 | Hot | Stufe 5
500 degrees F | 260 degrees C | Gas Mark 10 | Very Hot
520 degrees F | 270 degrees C | Gas Mark 10 | Extremely Hot | Thermostat 9
550 degrees F | 290 degrees C | Gas Mark 10 | Broiling
Convection Oven Temperature Conversion
When using the term ‘Fan’ it refers to a convection (or fan-assisted) oven, and the temperature will be adjusted as follows:
Follow instructions for baking time, but reduce the convection oven temperature by 20-25 degrees F (-4 to -7 degrees C).
*This should be accurate enough for your baking needs, please keep in mind temperatures and power level can vary between different types and brands of ovens, also altitude, temperature, and humidity.
**Individual ovens, when tested, typically range +/- 25 degrees F (-4 degrees C) and that the most accurate temperature for cooking and baking is kept with an internal oven thermometer. We don’t usually suggest things, but we do rely heavily on our own thermometer which is a bargain in the $2-8 price range.
***In general, if you can hold your hand in the oven for 8-12 seconds then the oven temperature is approximately 350 degrees F (180 degrees C). This is not our suggested method 🙂
Last Updated: August 25th, 2017