- 1 22 Gluten Free Items You Must Try at McDonalds
- 2 Did you know that there are over 22 different gluten free items that you can enjoy at McDonalds. Whether if you love lettuce wrapped cheeseburgers, premium salads, or their oh so popular McCafe coffee, you’ll be sure to find something delicious, and gluten-free, to enjoy from McDonalds.
- 3 Mcdonalds Gluten Free Meats & Proteins menu
- 4 Mcdonalds Gluten Free Sides menu
- 5 Mcdonalds Gluten Free Salads menu
- 6 Mcdonalds Gluten Free Dressings menu
- 7 Mcdonalds Gluten Free Desserts menu
- 8 Mcdonalds Gluten Free Sauces & Condiments menu
- 9 McDonald’s Nutritional & Allergen Information
22 Gluten Free Items You Must Try at McDonalds
Did you know that there are over 22 different gluten free items that you can enjoy at McDonalds. Whether if you love lettuce wrapped cheeseburgers, premium salads, or their oh so popular McCafe coffee, you’ll be sure to find something delicious, and gluten-free, to enjoy from McDonalds.
Here are 22 gluten free items that you absolutely must try at McDonald’s. McDonald’s doesn’t claim to have gluten-free options, but they do offer a few items that don’t contain gluten.
McDonald’s does not offer a gluten-free bun for its burgers. They also note on their website that their food is prepared in a shared kitchen environment so cross-contamination could be an issue.
If you are looking for something smaller, such as salads or side dishes, they have desserts and some sides.
|Breakfast Beef Steak||Price not Available|
|Canadian Bacon||Price not Available|
|Sausage||Price not Available|
|Scrambled Egg||Price not Available|
|Fruit & Yogurt Parfait with no granola||$1|
|Caesar Salad no chicken||$4.79|
|Premium Bacon Ranch Salad||$4.59|
|Premium Southwest Salad with no tortilla strips||$4.79|
|Newmanâ™s Own Creamy Caesar Dressing||Complimentary with salad|
|Newmanâ™s Own Cobb Dressing||Complimentary with salad|
|Newmanâ™s Own Low Fat Balsamic Vinaigrette||Complimentary with salad|
|Newmanâ™s Own Ranch Dressing||Complimentary with salad|
|Newmanâ™s Own Salsa||Complimentary with salad|
|Ice Cream Sundaes, with nuts||$1.19|
|M&M McFlurry: Snack, Regular||$1.79, $2.39|
|Butter||Complimentary with order|
|Chicken McNugget Honey||Complimentary with order|
|Chicken McNugget Hot Mustard Sauce||Complimentary with order|
|Hotcake Syrup||Complimentary with order|
|Jam||Complimentary with order|
|Ketchup||Complimentary with order|
|Lettuce||Complimentary with order|
|Margarine||Complimentary with order|
|Mayonnaise||Complimentary with order|
|Mustard||Complimentary with order|
|Onions||Complimentary with order|
|Pickles||Complimentary with order|
|Tartar Sauce||Complimentary with order|
|Tomato||Complimentary with order|
|Apple Dippers and Low Fat Caramel Dip||$1.00|
McDonald’s Nutritional & Allergen Information
|Nutritional & Allergen Information||mcdonalds.com/us/en-us/about-our-food/nutrition-calculator.html|
NOTE : You can check the above link to see the nutrition and allergen information for various McDonald’s products.
How to order Gluten-Free at McDonald’s?
Many people might wonder how they can order Gluten-Free McDonald’s food.
First, I need to clarify that there is no McDonald’s menu that has a different menu. Order Gluten-Free items from the regular menu. You should have read the article to know which items on McDonald’s’s’ menu are Gluten-Free.
If you still have questions, you can visit McDonald’s to get help categorizing Gluten-Free or Gluten products. They are friendly and supportive, and will be happy to help.
McDonald’s was founded in the mid-point of the Great Depression with the help of two brothers Richard McDonald and Maurice McDonald. They left their home in New Hampshire, heading west with the intention of making the big time in Hollywood.
After working in a menial job for film directors and producers They opened their first drive-thru eatery located in San Bernardino, California on May 15th in 1940. It was not clear at the time that it would be the key to what they called the Great American Dream.
The first McDonald’s restaurant was situated near the intersection between E 14th and 14th Streets, only a few blocks from the renowned Route 66 of California. It began by serving slow-cooked barbecue that was cooked in a pit filled with hickory pellets from Arkansas.
The main item they served was a barbecued ham meat or pork sandwich, served and French fries, which cost just 35 cents. They also had a varied menu with 25 items, which included desserts like chili Tamales, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, as well as baked beans. The stylish hamburgers attracted many customers.
It was only following World War II that the two brothers realized that the majority of their business was from hamburgers. They decided to alter their business model by making hamburgers their primary menu.
This involved reorganizing their business for three months before swapping out silverware and plates made of physical material to paper wrappers and disposable cups.
Presently, McDonald’s is the largest fast-food chain around the globe, serving around the 58 million customers who visit every day. There are around 32,000 McDonald’s locations worldwide spread across the globe in 117 countries.
The company employs 1.7 million employees, and the proportion of McDonald’s restaurants that are licensed internationally is around 75 percent.
Because of McDonald’s rapidly expanding into numerous international markets and locations, the company has become a symbol of globalization and as a symbol of the American lifestyle.
The company’s popularity has led to the company becoming an often-repeated topic for discussion concerning corporate ethics, obesity and the responsibility of consumers.
Are you unhappy with McDonald’s? Let them know we want healthier gluten-free options.