Wendy’s Gluten-Free Menu 2024

Here is the complete Wendy’s gluten-free menu.

Wendy’s has a decent amount of options if you’re looking to avoid gluten. They have a lot of different salads, baked potatoes, chili, and a few other things! You could even enjoy a Frosty for dessert.

Wendy’s Gluten-Free Menu 2024


While they don’t have gluten-free buns, you can order a “no bun” or lettuce wrap at Wendy’s.


  • Apple Pecan Chicken Salad (without chicken)
  • Asian Cashew Chicken Salad (without chicken)
  • BBQ Ranch Chicken Salad (without chicken)
  • Spicy Chicken Caesar Salad (without chicken, no croutons)
  • Strawberry Fields Salad (without chicken)
  • Taco Salad

Salad Dressings & Toppings

  • BBQ Ranch Dressing
  • Light Spicy Asian Chili Vinaigrette
  • Pomegranate Vinaigrette
  • Lemon Garlic Caesar Dressing
  • Ranch Dressing
  • Light Honey French Dressing
  • Italian Vinaigrette Dressing
  • Light Ranch Dressing
  • Thousand Island Dressing
  • Spicy Roasted Cashews
  • Roasted Pecans
  • Sunflower Seeds


  • All Carbonated Soft Drinks
  • Teas
  • Milk
  • Lemonade
  • Strawberry Lemonade


  • Chocolate Frosty
  • Vanilla Frosty


They note on their website that you can order a few sandwich items like the Dave’s Hot ‘N Juicy® Cheeseburger without the bun and it would be considered gluten-free. The grilled chicken would be listed, but it is prepared in an environment which exposes it to cross-contamination so we aren’t putting it on this list.

  • Applewood Smoked Bacon
  • Hamburger Patty


  • Chili
  • Apple Slices
  • Baked Potato
  • Sour Cream & Chives Potato
  • Bacon & Cheese Baked Potato
  • Broccoli & Cheese Baked Potato
  • Cheese Baked Potato
  • Chili & Cheese Baked Potato
  • Garden Side Salad (no croutons)
  • Caesar Side Salad (no croutons)


  • American Cheese
  • Cheddar Cheese Sauce
  • Asiago Cheese
  • Light Sour Cream
  • Mustard
  • Ketchup
  • Mayonnaise
  • Lettuce
  • Red Onion
  • Crinkle-Cut Pickles
  • Tomato
  • Smoky Honey Mustard Sauce
  • Hot Chili Seasoning
  • Ranch Sauce
  • Buttery Best Spread

Wendy’s History

Wendy’s restaurant is the brainchild of Dave Thomas. When he was just 8 years old, the future mogul dreamed of running the best eatery in the world. He lived to not only achieve this dream but also to share it with the world. As a child, Dave appreciated two things above everything else and these were food and people. This is the reason why he came up with the idea for Wendy’s. Thomas wanted a place where people could get great food made fresh and served by friendly staff as well.

In 1969, the first Wendy’s restaurant was born in Columbus, Ohio. Thomas introduced America to his signature fresh, ready-to-order, square hamburgers and they fell for it. When other fast food chains were using frozen beef to make their burgers and mass-producing meals, Dave came up with the inventive idea of preparing his hamburgers fresh.

Wendy’s was soon associated with square, ground beef hamburgers that would hang nicely over the bun, and were made with the customer’s own choice of toppings. Quality and freshness are their two main passions and the company serves high-quality meals to millions of customers each day.

In February of 2001, Wendy’s started an expansion plan to further diversify their restaurant lineup. With an investment of $500 million at their disposal, they intended to use it in pursuing acquisitions, mergers and joint ventures. The first move was made about a year later when Wendy’s announced it had spent $10 million to acquire a 45% stake in CafA Express, a budding company in the fast-casual food industry.

Wendy’s motto is “Quality is Our Recipe” and they have managed to stick by this to this day. They offer customers the highest quality of sandwiches that are served fast and in a courteous manner. The restaurant strives to earn customers’ loyalty each day and even exceed their expectations if possible. Wendy’s is always looking for ways of improving its menu by including pre-packaged salads, toppings, and dressings that customers can customize to their own liking.


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We wish Wendy’s offered a gluten-free bun option to enjoy their cheeseburger, but they do provide a decent amount of options for a full gluten-free meal if you’re needing something to go with your Frosty.

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19 thoughts on “Wendy’s Gluten-Free Menu 2024”

  1. Please consider having a dedicated fryer for your french fries so that people with celiac disease can enjoy your french fries. My 13-year-old daughter has celiac and it is very difficult for her to get things to eat at fast-food restaurants.

    • Absolutely! I am a mother with celiac disease. Do you know how hard it is too easy out gluten-free?! The kids want to eat out, but Wendy’s NEEDS to get a dedicated fryer for their fries.

  2. If Chick-Fil-a can source a GF bun, all fast food restaurants could. There is just no excuse; they just don’t want to. Said bun is served packaged in plastic so cross contamination is no issue. Burger King can spend tens of thousands developing a meatless burger, but cannot buy a G F bun? When I emailed BK suggesting this, there corporate response was that they do not listen to suggestions from consumers. Well, I guess they don’t need my $ either then.

    • Hey Jerry! I 100% agree. The Chick-Fil-A bun is actually really good and I eat it quite often.

      What a lot of these fast food chains don’t realize is that all it takes is one family member that has an intolerance or Celiac, and they will lose that entire family’s business forever. And autoimmune diseases are only on the rise. Hopefully fast food chains like Wendy’s will eventually get the picture.

      • Absolutely! I am mom with celiac disease. Nobody goes out, because I don’t go out.

        Before I was diagnosed, I had a little guy with food intolerances. Goes what. He couldn’t eat out, so no one did!

    • Thanks, I’ve updated the menu and added a note about lettuce wrap options. I can confirm this, and at least that is another option at Wendy’s.


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