Bisquick mix is mainly composed of enriched bleached flour, which is a combination of wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin and folic acid. Partially hydrogenated soybean and cottonseed oil are included in varying proportions, and baking soda, sodium aluminum phosphate, monocalcium phosphate, dextrose and salt are also present.
The only potential allergen in Bisquick is wheat. Based on its ingredients, a 1/3 cup serving of Bisquick has 4 grams of total fat, which includes 1 gram each of saturated and trans fats. The sodium content is 410 milligrams. There are 27 grams of total carbohydrates, with than one gram of fiber and one gram of sugar. Each serving has 3 grams of protein.
One serving also has 10 percent of the daily recommended intake for thiamin and folic acid, and 8 percent of the daily iron and niacin. Its contribution to the daily value for riboflavin is 6 percent, and for calcium, 4 percent.
Bisquick is versatile and is used in recipes for breakfast foods, sweets, main dishes and appetizers. In addition to early morning traditional pancakes, Bisquick is appropriate for waffles, donuts, Danishes and muffins. Dinner recipes using the mix include quiche, mini meat loaves and pot pie.