Panera Bread and I go W-AAAA-YYY back. I used to stay at Panera Bread for about five hours with my laptop plugged in, fingers typing away, as I listened to all the other customers who decided to make Panera Bread their home base for working outside “the office.”
I still remember the day that I had my first Strawberry Poppyseed Salad. It was hot outside. My face lit up, and my eyes enlarged when I saw the salad photos. It’s a simple salad. But, a memorable one.
And, I’m so excited that my favorite salad made the list of gluten-free items at Panera Bread.
Panera Bread is another chain that is helping people like us have gluten-free options anywhere and anytime we need them.
Gluten Free Items At Panera Bread
– Greek Salad
– Seasonal Greens Salad
– Fuji Apple Chicken Salad
– Modern Greek Salad with Quinoa
– Southwest Chile Lime Ranch Salad with Chicken
– Green Goddess Cobb Salad with Chicken
– Strawberry Poppyseed Salad with Chicken
– Baked Potato Soup
– Low-Fat Vegetarian Black Bean Soup
– Vegetarian Summer Corn Chowder
– Coconut Macaroon
Modified Gluten Free Items At Panera Bread
– Caesar Salad (without croutons)
– Caesar Salad with Chicken (without croutons)
– Vegetarian Creamy Tomato Soup (without croutons)
Gluten Free Drinks
– Coffee, Tea, Lattes, Espresso Drinks & Frozen Drinks
– Signature Hot Chocolate with Chocolate Chip Marshmallows
– Orange Juice & Apple Juice
– Joia® Grapefruit Soda
– Panera Bread Potato Chips
What’s your favorite gluten-free item at Panera Bread?
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