Schlotzsky’s Gluten-Free Menu

Here is the complete Schlotzsky’s Gluten-Free menu. I really love this place and eat there at least twice a week. They even know my order by heart now! I just drive through and tell them this is Brian and they know what I want. A perk of eating gluten-free I guess.

If you want a good gluten-free turkey sandwich, this is the place to go. They have Udi’s gluten-free bread. They will also change their gloves and wipe down counters if you ask. Always very polite and happy to accommodate those with gluten sensitivities.

Schlotzsky’s Gluten-Free Menu 2021

Sandwiches

All gluten-free sandwiches are made with Udi’s gluten-free bun. It is actually very tasty! Note: We have been informed that their mustard is not gluten-free. So you might want to ask for no mustard.

  • The Original
  • Ham & Cheese – Original Style
  • Deluxe Original Style
  • Turkey Original Style
  • Turkey Bacon Club (my personal favorite)
  • Spicy Turkey BBQ Bacon Smokecheesy Sandwich
  • Beef Bacon Smokecheesy
  • Chicken Bacon Smokecheesy
  • Veggie Avocado Smokecheesy
  • Tuscan Sandwich
  • Caprese Sandwich
  • Turkey & Guacamole Sandwich
  • Angus Roast Beef & Cheese Sandwich
  • Fiesta Chicken Sandwich
  • Fresh Veggie Sandwich
  • Bacon Grilled Cheese Sandwich
  • French Dip Sandwich
  • Smoked Turkey Breast Sandwich (another personal favorite)
Schlotzsky's Turkey Bacon Club
Schlotzsky’s Turkey Bacon Club

Pizza 10 inch.

All pizzas have the option to substitute Udi’s gluten-free crust as an alternative.

  • BBQ Chicken & Jalapeño
  • Chipotle Chicken
  • Chicken Alfredo
  • Combination Special
  • Double Cheese
  • Fresh Veggie
  • Grilled Chicken & Pesto
  • Pepperoni & Double Cheese

Here is a picture of their fresh veggie gluten-free pizza. It is actually very tasty!

schlotzsky's gluten-free pizza
Schlotzsky’s gluten-free pizza

Soups

  • Garden Vegetable
  • Loaded Baked Potato
  • Timberline Chili
  • Tomato Basil

Salads

  • Turkey Avocado Cobb
  • Southwestern Chicken Salad
  • Italian Chopped Salad
  • Hearts of Romaine Chicken Caeser
  • Turkey Chef Salad
  • Garden

Some of them also have gluten-free pizza crust and even gluten-free cookies available.

Schlotzsky’s History

Schlotzsky’s is a sandwich restaurant chain based in Atlanta, Georgia. The company has more than 350 locations spread across the country and internationally as well. These stores are both company-owned and franchised to private investors. Nevertheless, most of their locations are found in the south and southwestern parts of the United States. Recently, the company has also been expanding into other territories such as the north and southeast.

The Schlotzsky’s story began in 1971 when founders Don and Dolores Dissman opened a small restaurant along South Congress Avenue in Austin, Texas. Though the location was small, their menu was unbeatable and locals were soon attracted to the restaurant in large numbers. They served a sumptuous sandwich consisting of various ingredients including premium meats, marinated black olives and cheeses served on sultry Schlotzsky’s sourdough bread. From their humble beginnings, the company has since grown to become one of the most successful sandwich franchises in the world. In 1991, they recorded more than $400 million in company wide sales.

The award winning restaurant’s trademark slogan is “Funny Name, Serious Sandwich”. They’ve been serving up some serious competition for sandwich shops across the country by opening a minimum of 100 new stores four years in a row. Schlotzsky’s has something for everybody with a menu consisting of multiple sandwich varieties, salads, soups, desserts and pizzas. Moreover, to further promote their brand, the company launched its first TV network ad campaign in 2000. This was followed by opening up new stores in 38 states across America and 13 countries around the world including Canada, China, Argentina, Bahrain, Australia, Turkey, Morocco and Venezuela.

Following successful expansion plans, industry experts estimated that the restaurant’s annual sales would reach $500 million by 2001 and $1 billion by 2006. Some analysts also speculated that Schlotzsky’s stock was an excellent bargain despite earlier setbacks, generally feeling the company was poised for an upswing in sales. Since 2011, the company has been remodeling and upgrading their locations by including circle-themed designs and photography. They also offer homemade treats such as CinnaPacks and Cinnabon Classic Rolls.

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Summary

Schlotzsky’s is a great place for those looking for a good gluten-free sandwich. They are all served on Udi’s gluten-free buns.

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9 thoughts on “Schlotzsky’s Gluten-Free Menu”

  1. I would like to know how many carbs your gluten free bun has. Your nutrition info gives the calories but not the total or net carbs

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    • Hey Jan! That is a great question. You would need to ask the restaurant or email their corporate office to find out about additional details on their gluten-free bun. This site is not run by Schlotzsky’s.

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  2. Is the chicken in the Kale & Chicken Salad gluten-free? It isn’t listed above on the GF list – but that may be because of the breadsticks – which can be left off. I just wanted to know whether the chicken had any soy, etc., in it that would not make it GF.

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  3. Glad to see we can actually eat at Schlotzsky’s again because of their gluten free menu. Thanks for posting their gluten free menu!

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  4. I tried to order your favorite. The smoked turkey rueben. They looked at me like I was stupid. They said they don’t have it. So I asked for the Dijon Chicken. Same response. So then I asked for the Albuquerque Turkey. Same response. So I just when with the original. Shawnee Oklahoma

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    • Hey Trever,
      I’ve updated the post above with all the new gluten-free sandwiches. They have changed their menu. You can see my current personal favorites.

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  5. I love the gluten free buns! I get to have a great sandwich again! 😊😊❤️ The bacon smoke cheesy is my current favorite.

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