Cracker Barrel Gluten-Free Menu 2024

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 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.

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27 thoughts on “Cracker Barrel Gluten-Free Menu 2024”

  1. The new gluten free menu consists of no full meals! Plenty of sides but if you want a meal? I was disappointed because we looked it up online before choosing to go there for my grandson’s diet restrictions just to find out that we should have gone to Chick-fil-A! He could eat more than corn & greenbeens.

    • I was ok with the hash brown cassoral. it’s just cheese and hash browns. but they may prepare it on a surface that’s not safe

  2. The gluten free menu at Cracker Barrel is incredibly confusing. They do not list everything– just sides. But if you ask and you look online, things like hamburger, steak, fish, and chicken are gf. The list above is MUCH more accurate. Glad I came here before eating!

    • Had you never gone their before? Part of their menu has always consisted of making your own meal. They also have no problems with substituting sides, etc….
      This is a great place to go for people who have Celiac.

  3. i just ate there with my son and grand kiddies, i ordered from the gluten free menu and when my chef salad arrived it had croutons in it…so much for gluten free. i just picked them off. please be more mindful of us that’s why we order off the gluten free menu….
    but it was good other than that.

  4. Where is your information from regarding GF at Cracker Barrel? Their Allergen Menu does not show any entrees (meats) at all…for any Allergen. Thanks!

    • Hey Alyson,
      Our information comes from a couple of local Cracker Barrel menus as well as reaching out to their corporate office. However, we’ve seen tons of variations depending on the Cracker Barrel. So always better to ask in person when visiting Cracker Barrel.

  5. Just went there today, my only options were vegetables and a couple of salads. Ordered the chef salad with no croutons, it came with croutons. The server was very apologetic and brought me a new one but still. Very very disappointed.

    • Hey Beth! Ya, that sounds about right. I’ve been to Cracker Barrel a couple times and it was always disappointing. I really wish they would help cater to those needing to eat gluten-free.

    • Just ate there today. Recently diagnosed with celiac disease, I went to the website to see what I could order before going. Maybe they’ve changed in the past month or so but I can choose from several options. Hope you give them another chance!

  6. I don’t know why the person posted that they have all those other options on the menu. They don’t. I worked as a manager at Cracker Barrel and the best thing to do is speak to a manager. Ask what can be prepared gluten free and make sure the manager knows what you have ordered. The manager will follow the order and make sure it doesn’t get cross contaminated.

  7. Their hard copy gluten free menu implies that they think meat has gluten in it. Lol. I had a long talk with a manager when first diagnosed (thanks Todd in Pensacola!) and he got me squared away in spite of the confusing published menu. Thanks for this update.

    • Hey Kay!
      Yes, I would say Cracker Barrel has one of the most confusing gluten-free menus out there. They are constantly changing things, and there are many differences when it comes down to the local Cracker Barrel itself. So always better to ask in person, in my opinion.

  8. I think they use soy sauce in the meat seasonings so that makes them not safe for gluten free. I am always disappointed just eating veggies.

  9. Gluten Free menu is very popular both at the restaurants and online. I have Celiac Disease and can order gluten free port chops, steak, grilled chicken, lemon pepper fish without the lemon pepper just put lemon on the side. Of course most all of the vegetables are gluten free thank you restaurant owners.

  10. WE WERE SO HOPEFULL THE NEW Cracher Barrel in Riverview would now realize there many people who now know they must eat Gluten Free. My Dear Aunt had Celiac Disease and it killed her. It is a deadly diseases if not eating Gluten Free foods.
    Travelers stop at Cracker Barrles , but are at the mercy of what they put infront of a diner. VERY UNCONCERNING!!

  11. I do not trust the above mentioned menu items at all, and it does not agree with the paer that you will get in the restuarant. If you want to eat at CB, you better like veggies and eggs, cause thats all you’re getting. NO meats are on their GF menu.

    • Hey Jerry,
      I’ve updated the menu above. Cracker Barrel finally posts their allergen menu online! We have to keep pushing for restaurants to do this.

  12. Our Cracker Barrel was a weekly night out until they stopped the grilled pork chop which my daughter was able to eat with her Celiac. I agree that they would do so much more business if they actually had a gluten free menu. They are hurting their business not only in the resturant but also gift shop, who can go there and not buy something.

    I am really disappointed and I know our whole Celiac group (38+family) have stopped going there.

  13. How disappointing! It’s difficult enough to have a meal with my family while I watch them eat biscuits, gravy, pancakes and country fried steak that I can’t eat but they are not willing to substitute any of those items for something like grits that I can eat. We probably won’t stop at Cracker Barrel on our next trip!

  14. I ordered the hamburger steak( No bun) with green beans and broccoli thinking I should be safe, but then I saw online that the hamburger steak had gluten. Must be the garlic butter sauce it’s cooked in. Bummer!

  15. I have celiac disease and Cracker Barrel has more gluten free options than most restaurants. I have had their rainbow trout, maple bacon chicken, chicken tenders, bacon, sausage, and ham. None of those meats have made me sick. I also eat their grits, eggs, carrots, beans, fried apples, sweet potatoes, baked potatoes, turnip greens, pinto beans, mashed potatoes, and salads with no croutons. I think that’s a pretty good variety to choose from.

  16. If IHOP can serve gf pancakes then Cracker Barrel can too. Its frustrating that we cannno longer go to Cracker Barrel for breakfast. Sad!


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