Here is the complete Cracker Barrel gluten-free menu.
Cracker Barrel does a pretty good job of helping people with food allergies or trying to eat gluten-free. Ask for their “Nutritional Information Guide.” Of course, there is no guarantee of cross-contamination but at least they try to provide some options.
According to their allergen menu:
Regarding gluten, menu items that do not contain gluten do not necessarily meet the definition of “gluten-free” for those who are highly sensitive. We recommend our guests with food allergies speak with the restaurant manager prior to placing an order, to make the kitchen aware of your needs.
Cracker Barrel Gluten-Free Menu 2024
- Fresh Fruit and Yogurt Parfait Breakfast (Ordered without granola topping)
- Seasonal Fresh Fruit
- Course Ground Grits
- Two Farm Fresh Eggs
- Egg Whites
- Turkey Sausage Patties
- Smoked Sausage Patties
- Thick-sliced Bacon
- Sugar Cured Ham
- Country Ham
- Hickory-Smoked Country Ham
- Sausage Links (regional)
- Southwest Sausage (regional)
- 100% Natural Blueberry or Sugar Free Syrups
- Honey, Jams, Preserves, and Low Sugar Fruit Spreads
- Grilled Chicken n Fresh Vegetable Salad (Order with Country Pepper Vinaigrette)
- House, Country House or Grilled Chicken Salad (Order without croutons or saltine crackers and do not order Blue Cheese or Thousand Island Salad Dressing)
- Mixed Green Side Salad
Lunch and Dinner Entrees
- U.S. Catfish Fillet (grilled)
- Grilled Chicken Tenders
- Country Vegetable Plate
- Whole Kernel Corn
- Fresh Apple Slices
- Fried Apples
- Cole Slaw
- Country Green Beans
- Baked Sweet Potato
- Loaded Bake Potato
- Mashed Potatoes
- Tomato, Cucumber Onion Salad
- Sweet Whole Baby Carrots
- Turnip Greens
- Pinto Beans
Cracker Barrel History
Cracker Barrel is an American restaurant chain with more than 640 locations found across 43 states in America. This restaurant is the brainchild of Dan W. Evins who opened the first location on September 19, 1969 in Lebanon, Tennessee. By 1977, the company had expanded to include 13 locations from Tennessee all the way to Georgia. This rapid expansion was made possible thanks in part to Dan’s local friends and associates who helped with financial support and logistics.
The restaurant became publicly traded in 1992, receiving lots of support from loyal customers and investors who bought shares in large numbers. With massive praise and growing loyalty from guests, the company’s growth potential went onto a national stock exchange platform. Cracker Barrel grew consistently throughout the 80’s and 90’s, attaining an overall market value of $1 billion by 1992. A year later, their revenue was roughly twice that of other popular family restaurants in the country.
Between 1997 and 2000, the total number of Cracker Barrel restaurants had increased to well over 420. As a company tradition, employees usually join hands with each other to assist their fellow coworkers in times of trouble. What initially started as simple acts of generosity later evolved into a charity organization known as Cracker Barrel Cares. A worker funded non-profit association formed to help employees in their times of need.
In 2016, the company began delivering its authentic home-style products to supermarkets across the country. Currently, there are a variety of hams, bacon, baking mixes, deli meats and more which are available at grocery stores under the company’s secondary brand name of CB Old Country Store. They are all fresh and ready to be prepared at home.
Cracker Barrel has also ventured into the fast casual industry by opening Holler & Dash Biscuit House where they feature a chef-inspired menu that represents the values and traditions of the South.
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Cracker Barrel Gluten-Free Menu
- Gluten-Free Options
Cracker Barrel doesn’t have a lot to choose from when it comes to entrees that are gluten-free. If you’re eating breakfast you should be OK.