Chick fil a Gluten Free Menu and Options

Thinking about grabbing a snack at Chick-fil-a? Wanna know which items are gluten free and which are not? This simple article will show you all the Chick-fil-a gluten free items on their menu, with pictures for reference.

Quick summary of the GF items at Chick fill a:

BreakfastLunch and DinnerOther
BaconGrilled Chicken SandwichFruit Cup
Sausage PattyGrilled NuggetsCoffee
Hash BrownsSalads
Hash Brown Scramble BowlWaffle Potato Fries
Greek Yogurt Parfait

Here are some gluten-free options you can enjoy at Chick-fil-A:

Breakfast:

  • Bacon: Gluten-free and perfect for adding protein to your hash browns.
  • Sausage Patty: Another gluten-free breakfast option.
  • Hash Browns: Made with gluten-free ingredients and a delicious way to start your day.
  • Hash Brown Scramble Bowl: This bowl can be customized with grilled chicken or sausage, but be sure to skip the biscuit and ask for it on the side.

Lunch and Dinner:

  • Grilled Chicken Sandwich: Order it without the bun or ask for a gluten-free bun option.
  • Grilled Nuggets: Available in 8- or 12-count sizes, these are a satisfying and gluten-free option.
  • Salads: Many of Chick-fil-A’s salads are gluten-free, but be sure to check the ingredients and avoid croutons or dressings that contain gluten. Some safe options include the Market Salad, Cobb Salad, and Spicy Southwest Salad. You can also request grilled chicken or nuggets to be added to your salad for extra protein.
  • Waffle Potato Fries: These are naturally gluten-free and a delicious side dish.
  • Greek Yogurt Parfait: A healthy and gluten-free dessert option.

Other:

  • Fruit Cup: A refreshing and naturally gluten-free snack
  • Coffee: All of Chick-fil-A’s coffee drinks are gluten-free.

Note – Please note that we do our best to verify the info we present on our site, however it is never 100% as some items might change all the time and also we do not have direct access to the restaurants we cover. So please ask the restaurant directly and take this info as a useful guide only.

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