I love Chipotle. If you don’t know about Chipotle – you live under a rock.
And, I’m thrilled to say most of the items on the menu are gluten-free.
As you know, you can add any of your favorite toppings at Chipotle to make a “meal.” So, I didn’t list all permutations and combinations. I listed all gluten-free items to form a Chipotle gluten-free menu. And, you can combine those items to make gluten-free tacos, burritos, bowls, and salads.
Tell me about your winning combo at Chipotle. Let’s get creative – together.
Chipotle Gluten-Free Menu
crispy corn tortillas*
cilantro lime rice (white and brown)
beans (black and pinto)
meats (i.e., steak, carnitas, chicken, barbacoa, sofritas)
salsas (i.e. fresh tomato salsa (mild), tomatillo red-chili salsa (hot), tomatillo green-chili style (medium-hot), roasted chili-corn salsa* (medium))
*Chipotle’s disclaimer states that any item made with corn (i.e., corn tortillas, soft corn tortillas, chips, corn salsa) may have gluten-containing grains in the field where the items are grown.
Just in case your friends ask you,
Does Chipotle have gluten-free food – Yes
Is Chipotle rice gluten-free – Yes
Do Chipotle chips have gluten– Maybe; I would avoid them if you have celiac. Chipotle’s disclaimer states that any item made with corn (i.e., corn tortillas, soft corn tortillas, chips, corn salsa) may have gluten-containing grains in the field where the items are grown.
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