Biscuits have different calorie contents based on their method of preparation and also depending upon their size. One oz of Biscuit has 103 calories, a standard sized biscuit weighing around 35 grams contains 128 calories, a biscuit having a diameter of 2-2 and a half inches has 128 calories, a medium sized biscuit weighing around 51 grams contains around 186 calories, a large sized biscuit weighing around 77 grams has 281 calories and 100 grams of biscuits contain approximately 365 calories.
100 grams of Biscuits provide 18.25% of the recommended daily intake of calories for women and 14.6% of the recommended daily intake for men. Apart from this it offers a good amount of carbohydrates as well as fat. 100 grams of Biscuits offer 48.5 grams of Carbohydrates and 26.7 grams of water. Total Lipid (fat) in 100 grams of Biscuits is 16.5 grams. Saturated fatty acid content is 2.49 grams, Monounsaturated fatty acids are 6.906 grams and Polyunsaturated fatty acids are 6.209 grams. The protein content in 100 grams of Biscuits is 6.2 grams, sugar content is 3.48 calories, Ash content is 2.2 grams, Glutamic acid is 1.979 grams and Fiber content is 1.3 grams.
Proline content in 100 grams of Biscuits is 0.698 grams, Leucine content is 0.436 grams, Phenylalanine content is 0.308 grams, Serine is 0. 307 grams, Aspartic acid is 0.277 grams, Valine is 0.262 grams, Arginine content is 0.245 grams, Isoleucine content is 0.226, Glycine content is 0.211 grams, Tyrosine content is 0.192 grams, Threonine content is 0.177 grams, Lysine content is 0.167 grams, Histidine content is 0.139 grams, Cystine content is 0.123 grams, Methionine content is 0.112 grams, Tryptone content is 0.076 grams. Biscuits also contain some Vitamin content wherein, Vitamin A content is 2 IU, Vitamin K is 4.1 mcg, Vitamin B 12 is 0.14 mcg and Vitamin E is content is 1.32 mg.