Tim Hortons Gluten-Free Menu 2024

Here is the complete Tim Hortons Gluten-Free menu.

Tim Hortons has a variety of items that aren’t made with gluten but be careful if you have a food allergy. They are very open on their website about there being a serious risk of cross-contamination with anything that comes out of their kitchen.

They operate a bakery and make a lot of items fresh that do contain gluten, so there’s a good chance some contamination might occur. They also recommend that if you have a food allergy to not eat any of their products.

So for that reason, we can’t recommend going here, but for those of you who might just be looking to avoid gluten or only have a light sensitivity, here is a list of all their menu items that are not made with gluten.

The following menu items are pulled from Tim Hortons US allergen menu. As they are also very popular in Canada, we’ve linked to their Canadian allergen menu below in the sources.

Tim Hortons Gluten-Free Menu 2024

Hot Beverages

  • Coffee
  • Decaffeinated Coffee
  • Espresso Shot
  • Americano
  • Cappuccino
  • Latte
  • Flavoured Latte Supreme
  • Tea Latte
  • Mocha Latte
  • Hot Chocolate
  • Candy Cane Hot Chocolate
  • Caramel Hot Chocolate
  • French Vanilla Cappuccino
  • English Toffee Cappuccino
  • Café Mocha
  • Apple Cider
  • Caramel Apple Cider Supreme
  • Steeped Tea made with Whole Leaf
  • Specialty Teas

Cold Beverages

  • Iced Capp™ (with milk or cream)
  • Iced Capp™ with chocolate milk
  • Iced Capp™ Supreme
  • Mocha Iced Capp™
  • Candy Cane Iced Capp™
  • Caramel Iced Capp™
  • Iced Coffee
  • Iced Mocha
  • Iced Latte
  • Iced Mocha Latte
  • Flavoured Iced Latte Supreme
  • Strawberry Banana Smoothie with Greek yogurt
  • Strawberry Banana Smoothie without yogurt
  • Pineapple Orange Smoothie with Greek yogurt
  • Pineapple Orange Smoothie without yogurt
  • Frozen Lemonade (Original)
  • Frozen Lemonade (Strawberry Flavour)
  • Frozen Hot Chocolate
  • Frozen Strawberries & Cream
  • Frozen Vanilla & Cream
  • Real Brewed Iced Tea


  • Hash Brown
  • Seasoned Egg Omelet
  • Seasoned Egg White Omelet
  • Bacon
  • Sausage
  • Turkey Sausage
  • Seasoned Sliced Steak
  • Processed Mozzarella Cheese
  • American Cheese
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • Swiss Cheese
  • Pepper & Onion Blend


  • Creamy Sundried Tomato
  • French Onion Soup (Broth only)
  • Potato Bacon Cheddar
  • Turkey & Wild Rice

There have been reports that the Chili may contain gluten due to Worcestershire sauce. We are trying to confirm with Tim Hortons corporate.


  • Kettle Cooked Potato Chips


If this Tim Hortons gluten-free menu was helpful or if you find something inaccurate please let us know below.

Tim Hortons Gluten-Free Menu
  • Gluten-Free Options


Tim Hortons recommends on their own website that anyone with a food allergy not eat any of their products. They do have a good selection of beverages which technically don’t contain gluten and might be ok for some, but we can’t recommend going there either as it sounds like there is a high risk of cross contamination.

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41 thoughts on “Tim Hortons Gluten-Free Menu 2024”

  1. I called into a Tim Horton’s restaurant at Oakville and when I asked about gluten free a was not offered the g/f information sheet and the server did not understand what I asked her .I told the server I would be Ill if I ate it .I was offered ceaser salad and the sauce came in a packet but when I looked at it to make sure it was ok for me to eat it had wheat in it so it was not a good experience

    • Haha, ya that is pretty typical. The time when the blank stare comes out… what is gluten-free? I have gotten that very often. Sounds like Tim Horton’s is a no go for sure.

      • These are all drinks and items that wouldn’t typically contain wheat! Where are the gluten-free bread, buns, bagels, muffins, etc??????
        Tim Hortons is really behind the times.

        • No kidding!

          I was hoping the new loaded bowls were gluten free but no…the chicken is breaded!
          Come on Tim Hortons! Get with the times!
          No fun going through the drive through with my husband and he orders what he likes to have on the go and I go with nothing.

  2. I don’t see why Tim Hortons cannot have a gluten free menu. There are so many gluten free products on the market including bread, muffins, English muffins, buns etc. that can be easily added to their menu. I had to stop going to Tim Horton’s since last year when I developed Gluten allergy.

  3. Tim Hortons would have a lot more customers if they decided to have at least 1 gluten free bun or bread. Almost everywhere else has I️t and I️ don’t mind spending the extra dollar or two just to eat a decent meal.

    • Hey Alana!
      I completely agree. Even a crappy gluten-free bread option makes all the difference for some of us. I don’t even visit a place that doesn’t offer this. And I agree… I don’t mind paying extra for this, I think all of us who have to eat gluten-free kind of anticipate this already when eating out.

    • I totally agree with this is kind of silly to have a gluten free beyond burger and breakfast sandwich with out having a gluten free bun

  4. Unfortunately I did have the Potato Bacon Cheddar Soup this week, at a Tim Hortons, thinking it was gluten-free but it was not.☹️

    • Hey Susan, the Potato Bacon Cheddar soup is gluten-free. Information is taken directly from Tim Horton’s allergen menu.

  5. Gluten-free should be available in all restaurant establishments it wouldn’t be that hard to do Subway has a gluten-free bun it is individually wrapped so easy come on Tims, get with the times.

    • Subways in Arizona don’t have any gluten-free buns. This seems to be only certain locations. So both Tim Hortons and Subway need improvement.

  6. For the first time I saw Tim Hortons soups in my grocery store. I checked out the Chicken and Rice as well as the Cream of Broccoli which, upon checking the labels on both soups, did not mention any gluten in either soup. Being celiac, I try to be very careful with soups since they often have hidden gluten-containing substances but these looked okay to me. Any ideas/thoughts/recommendations on g-f soups ? Thanks.

    • The cream of broccoli is not GF… there was nothing on the label so we gave it a try, I had 1 spoon full to taste well heating it up and I can say with certainty this is NOT gluten free. All it took was a taste and my body is… Mad!

  7. I heard the biscuits were gluten free at Tim Hortons. But they don’t have them on their menu. I have colitis and I am celiac also. I wonder if MacDonald’s have come up with a gluten free bun yet. I know Kelsey’s and Montana’s have.

  8. I’m not sure if I would feel secure eating their chilli or soups or anything. I don’t believe they are gluten free. My tim hortons in Ottawa Ontario said nothing on their menu is gluten free. But he didn’t seem very smart to begin with lol

    I wouldn’t trust it

    • Hey Kelly!
      Would you mind sharing a link where you are seeing that? According to Tim Horton’s website, their Chili is gluten-free.

    • They must have changed the recipe because it is listed as gluten-free. I eat it and have zero issues. Cross-contamination is always possible, but it’s ways possible everywhere unless they are dedicated GF.

  9. Hey, they no longer seem to have the pdf anywhere of their nutrition guide with all ingredients listed. A few months ago, when it was still available, I saw it has Worcestershire sauce in the chili. From what I know they just tell everyone with issues not to eat there as they can’t guarantee anything. If you’re seeing it’s ok by the feature they now have where you type in an item and it shows no ingredients but an allergen logo for anything iffy in it I’m not sure I trust it because whomever does that likely doesn’t know there’s gluten in that sauce. I don’t have reactions bad enough to notice but if those who do ever get one after eating the chili that may be why. Maybe message Tims but don’t mention gluten free (people answer not knowing all it hides in) and just ask if they still use Worcestershire in it.

    • Thanks Kelly! Yes, I have an email out to Tim Hortons corporate to see if they can confirm. I’ve changed the wording above in the post to give a warning about the Chili until I find out anything else.

  10. Hello everyone!
    Thank you for this site, I was searching for Timmies – are the sausage patties GF?
    It is a challenge for those who are gluten sensitive/intolerant.
    My husband has Celiac Disease, and loves timmies!
    Sausage patties – sometimes he’s ok, sometimes gets tummy upset right away. More people are aware of what “gluten free” is, some have no idea at all and would just answer with “yes, it is gluten free” and so we only have to ask in more basic words like.. is there Flour? Wheat? Barley? Rye?
    Of course there is always the possibility of cross contamination.
    We just have to take it upon us to double check for any gluten.
    Your site has great content for GF options @ timmies.

  11. Is the creamy chocolate chill gluten-free? I’ve been having issues but not sure if it’s gluten or another allergy in the whipping cream. Thanks

  12. It’s about time more fast food companies get on board with gluten free items! If subway can offer it and privately owned businesses then why can’t Tim’s?! So charge an extra $1 if u must! Very frustrating when travelling!

  13. Tim’s is missing an opportunity,
    If they carried just one type of bagel that was GF, from that bagel they could make sandwiches from or just toasted bagel with your soup or egg sandwich, etc. People are understanding when you charge more.

    • It’s what they cook the rice with that makes it glutinous. Ask if they’re cook their rice with soy sauce or any other sauces (Edos has a green sauce/paste that contains gluten).

  14. Everything about their slow-cooked chicken rice bowls seem to be Gluten-free… Except I can’t get a clear answer on the crispy onions they use in the mix — Any ideas or shared experience? Thanks!


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