Home Menus McDonald’s Gluten Free Menu, Gluten Free Restaurant

McDonald’s Gluten Free Menu, Gluten Free Restaurant

by glutenfreepan

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Menu 2021 – One of the biggest and most loved restaurants not only in America but worldwide, McDonald’s got some treats for you. Gluten allergies might stop your fun eating outside. You might spend long hours searching for gluten-free alternatives to give a refreshing taste to your tongue.

Questions might arise in your mind regarding the menu like:

  • Are McDonald’s fries gluten-free?
  • Is McDonald’s ketchup gluten-free?
  • Are McDonald’s hash browns gluten-free?
  • Is McDonald’s grilled chicken gluten-free?
  • Is McDonald’s oatmeal gluten-free?

Maybe you get answers to your questions here. If no, you can check McDonald’s gluten-free menu.

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Menu 2021

There are a variety of options that you can select from the menu and have fun eating. Look for what you want to eat.

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Meats

  • Sausage
  • Scrambled Egg
  • Canadian Bacon
  • Beef Patty (without bun)
  • Breakfast Beef Steak

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Sides

  • Apple Dippers and Low Fat Caramel Dip
  • Fruit n Yogurt Parfait (without granola)

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Salads

  • Premium Southwest Salad (without tortilla strips)
  • Side Salad
  • Caesar Salad (without chicken)
  • Premium Bacon Ranch Salad

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Dressings

  • Newman’s Own Ranch Dressing
  • Newman’s Own Salsa
  • Newman’s Own Low Fat Balsamic Vinaigrette
  • Newman’s Own Creamy Caesar Dressing
  • Newman’s Own Cobb Dressing

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Drinks and Beverages

  • Frappe Caramel
  • Frappe Mocha
  • Strawberry Banana Smoothie
  • Mango Pineapple Smoothie
  • Strawberry McCafe Shake
  • Ice Coffee
  • Hot Chocolate
  • Soft Drinks
  • Sweet Tea
  • Frappe Chocolate Chip
  • Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie
  • Vanilla McCafe Shake
  • Chocolate McCafe Shake
  • 1% Low Fat Milk, White or Chocolate
  • Orange Juice
  • Apple Juice
  • Coffee

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Desserts

  • Ice Cream Sundaes including nuts
  • McFlurry with M&M’S Candies

McDonald’s Gluten-Free Condiments

  • Ketchup
  • Lettuce
  • Hotcake Syrup
  • Jam
  • Pickles
  • Tartar Sauce
  • Chicken McNugget Honey
  • Chicken McNugget Hot Mustard Sauce
  • Mustard
  • Onions
  • Margarine
  • Mayonnaise
  • American Cheese
  • Butter
  • Tartar Sauce
  • Tomato

For more information regarding the McDonald’s allergens menu, you can check here and to check for McDonald’s gluten-free menu click here. McDonald’s has a different menu for other countries and we suggest you check it for your country’s website.

About McDonald’s

McDonald’s Corporation is an American fast-food company founded by Richard and Maurice McDonald, in San Bernardino, California, the United States in 1940. The Golden Arches logo was introduced in 1953 at a location in Phoenix, Arizona.

The original headquarters of McDonald’s is located in Oak Brook, Illinois but it moved it’s global headquarters to Chicago in early 2018.

McDonald’s is the largest restaurant company in terms of the revenue serving more than 69 million customers daily globally. McDonald’s serves in more than 100 countries across 37,855 outlets as of 2018.

History of McDonald’s

McDonald’s was opened by Richard and Maurice McDonald in 1940 at 1398 North E Street at West 14th Street in San Bernardino, California. The original mascot of McDonald’s was a chef’s hat on the top of hamburger who was referred to as “Speedy”.

The Golden Arches replaced Speedy in 1962 as a universal mascot. Ronald McDonald was introduced in 1965 in an advertisement to attract children.

McDonald’s first filed the U.S. trademark on the name “McDonald’s” with the description “Drive-In Restaurant Services” on May 4, 1961. By September 13, McDonald’s filed for a trademark on a new logo—an overlapping, double-arched “M” symbol, under the guidance of Ray Kroc.

Kroc later purchased the equity of McDonald brothers’ in the company and begun its worldwide reaching. Kroc and McDonald brothers’ fought for equity as documented in Ray Kroc’s autobiography. 

You may also like

Leave a Comment