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Sep 28 2009

Hardee's Gluten-Free Restaurant Menu

Have a Hardee’s near you? I don’t anymore, and I am bummed, because they have some gluten-free options on their website and a coupon (good through November 30th, 2009). Check out their website with the gluten-free options and print the coupon for a free drink or free salad with purchase. The gluten-free options featured on the website include salad, a bunless burger wrap, and an egg scramble bowl. The egg scramble bowl looks good! If you try the gluten-free options at Hardee’s please post a comment and let me know what the food and the customer service was like.

If you have any questions about gluten-free food at Hardee’s, please see the email below from Beth:

(Email from Hardee’s)

How’s this sound? Folded eggs topped with a sausage patty and Swiss cheese, piled with a loaded omelet, and finished with shredded cheddar and bacon bits. A charbroiled 100% Black Angus beef patty, cheese and all the fixings, packed in a fresh whole-leaf lettuce wrap. Oh, did I mention these were gluten-free options? Who knew you could gluten-free it at the drive through at Hardee’s?

What many people don’t know is that at Hardee’s you can order anything on the menu any way you like it.  No gluten?  No problem. Visit www.hardees.com/menu/indulge for some ideas and to download a coupon to make your own flavor experiment on us.

It’s really the easiest way to treat yourself to a tasty, inexpensive, fast option that satisfies your appetite while sticking to your diet.

Spread the word, indulge yourself and let us know what options you come up with.  Tell us your own personal favorite menu creation.  You never know – we may just name it after you!

Gluten-free it,
Beth
For Hardee’s
(314) 552-6749

For additional information about gluten-free dining, please visit our gluten-free restaurants page!

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Tiffany is a gluten-free foodie who writes about restaurants, products, and news in the gluten-free community. She works closely with several celiac groups, both locally and nationally, for celiac and gluten-free awareness. She is the Group Chairperson for the Boulder County Celiacs and featured contributor in Delight gluten-free Magazine. Follow Tiffany on Twitter!

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  • http://celiac-disease.com Kyle Eslick

    Great article Tiffany. We actually have a Hardees in my general area, so I may have to check them out. Haven’t been to one in probably over a decade!!

  • Amy T

    We have a Hardee’s that is on my way to work. The breakfast bowl is outstanding!!!
    I just wish that someone in the fast food industry would come up with gluten free fries and hash browns. That would be wonderful!!

    • http://celiac-disease.com Kyle Eslick

      Amy, *most* fast food restaurants fries and hash browns are naturally gluten-free. The problem is that they don’t use dedicated fryers which leads to cross-contamination (onion rings, fried foods and such are done in the same fryers).

      Right now the gluten-free diet is to uncommon for a restaurant to take notice, but as Celiac diagnosis continues to rise, and some people follow the gluten-free diet for their own reasons, this may change in the future.

      Restaurants are starting to adjust and make accomodations as the demand grows, and I expect fast food establishments will do the same once the demand is there!.

      • Luellen Pace

        We just returned from traveling in Italy. Everyone in our party was having fries at this very nice restaurant. They wouldn’t serve me because of cross contamination. Then the chef came out and said he would prepare some in “olive oil” just for me. I thought this was very nice. They also had gluten free pasta there!!!