If you’re avoiding gluten, Chick-fil-A has your back: The new Gluten-Free Bun will have you ditching the fork for a sandwich. Made with ancient grains instead of rice flour and sweetened with molasses and raisins, “what it lacks in gluten, the new bun makes up for in flavor,” says Christy Cook, Chick-fil-A chef and Dietician.
“I don’t have a gluten sensitivity, but I swap out the regular bun for a Gluten-Free one every once in a while,” she says.
While the new bun is the only certified “gluten-free” option on the menu (Chick-fil-A kitchens are not considered to be gluten-free for anyone with Celiac or a greater sensitivity), there are a lot of options that do not include wheat-based ingredients.
Customized Breakfast Platter – Ask for this order with the grilled chicken and scrambled egg whites only, and omit the biscuit and gravy (platters not available at every location)
The process of baking bread dates back thousands of years. To this day, bread is still one of the most-consumed foods on the planet. For the Rotella family, like many before them, it’s a way of life. “My family has been baking bread for five generations,” says Louis Rotella, Jr. “My great-grandfather started baking in a little wood-fired oven in Calabria, Italy, in 1850, and we’re still baking today.”
From Sriracha sauce to jalapenos, spicy food is hot right now, and the trend is not cooling off. And we’re excited to offer something new for customers craving the heat in Orlando, St. Louis and Knoxville, Tenn.