Gluten Free at Taco Bell

18 ratings
Fast Food, Tex-Mex

Taco Bell does not have a gluten free menu, but they do have an allergen guide on their website. Please speak to the person taking your order regarding potential cross-contamination risks.

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Celiac
2 months ago
Not celiac friendly

Got sick within 4 hours after eating here, if you are celiac, DO NOT EAT HERE. I got severally ill and was almost sent to the ER after puking non-stop, dizziness, and slurred speech. If you are celiac I recommend looking somewhere else or making your own tacos at home.

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Not celiac
8 months ago

Was very willing to help accommodate my daughter's gluten free diet they wiped everything down and prepared her taco salad first changed gloves and did the rest of my families

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Celiac
8 months ago
Not celiac friendly

I use to eat here quite often, but as I became more gluten intolerant- eating here wasn’t an option. One of my worst flare ups to happen. :\

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Celiac
1 year ago

It's Taco Bell. Cheap fast food. Many gluten free and vegetarian items available.

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1 year ago

Go to website and select allergen info and it let's you choose the allergen you want you avoid. Then gives you a list of menu items without that allergen.

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Not celiac
1 year ago
Not celiac friendly

Quote from Taco Bell's allergen page that is listed in this app. Not sure why Taco Bell is listed in Find Me Gluten Free Taco Bell® does not claim “gluten-free” for any ingredients or menu items. There are Taco Bell® ingredients that are made without gluten containing ingredients but are prepared in a common kitchen areas, including common fryer oil, with the risk of gluten exposure; therefore, Taco Bell® does not recommend products for customers with celiac disease. Customers with gluten sensitivities should exercise judgment when ordering products.

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2 years ago

The people at the counter said they had nothing gluten free. We left. At the time, the website would only show me breakfast options--hash brown,coffee, orange juice. That's because I eliminated both gluten and wheat before searching. Later, when I searched only to eliminate gluten, there were more options. However, I would not be willing to trust these uneducated employees to handle my food safely.

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2 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Website says nachos are gluten free, but manager says the tortilla chips are flour not corn.

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2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Cantina Power Bowl with chicken is good. I like their black beans, chips with nacho cheese sauce, and Crush Orange Vanilla Freeze

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2 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Only a hash brown is GF?!?!

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2 years ago

Their GF options are great! Drive thru needs a little help. (Order should be checked for completion and a touch friendlier wouldn't hurt.)

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2 years ago
Celiac friendly

it's okay I guess not sure about it

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2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Had a couple things off their menu that indicated no gluten/wheat (Steak Cantina Bowl & chips w/ guac) and have not had a reaction. Fairly limited offerings but I was pleasantly surprised that they had anything at all I could eat.

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2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Good . . Short gluten free list.

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Not celiac
2 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Went here for dinner and asked what they had and they gave an honest answer. My fiance was happy to get something to eat.

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2 years ago
Celiac friendly

Work well with gluten free. They are very good.

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2 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Only the sodas, one of the cantina bowls, corn tortillas, and the Verde salsa are free of gluten. Everything else has wheat, including the meat and beans! Tread very carefully.!

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Celiac
2 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Not a good GF place. They use wheat in their beef to thicken it. Chips are fried in a contaminated oil. Rice is the only GF product really. Avoid if you are a celiac.

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Celiac
3 years ago
Celiac friendly

Cantina Power Bowls are a safe alternative to Chipotle burrito bowls. $4.99

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Celiac
3 years ago

Chicken, steak or veggie cantina bowls are listed on website as gluten free.

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3 years ago

The Dorito loco taco is not gluten free and the people who work there have no idea what is gluten free

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3 years ago
Not celiac friendly

Has a few gluten free options & tells you how to order it to be gluten free.

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3 years ago

My go-to is the Cantina Bowl.

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3 years ago

After much research and tasting, I know the Doritos locks tacos are gluten free, if you order it with chicken instead of beef.

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3 years ago
Not celiac friendly

good

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3 years ago
Not celiac friendly

These people are clueless!

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Not celiac
3 years ago

Cantina Power bowl is where to go! GF and yummy!

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Celiac
3 years ago

Tostadas

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Not celiac
4 years ago
Not celiac friendly

I do not even know why Taco Bell would be on this ap. Nothing there is safe according to the Allergan list.

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4 years ago

Nachos are gluten free and hard shell tacos.

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4 years ago

Never have had a reaction to anything that was suggested to us by the staff and said to be clear on the allergen lists.

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4 years ago

My favorite gf things to get are a cantina bowl, or a nacho cheese Doritos locks taco with chicken instead of beef. (Their Chicken is gf but beef is not - oats in the beef)Beware cross contamination though. Not recommended for highly sensitive celiacs.

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Not celiac
4 years ago

Quick option downtown. I ate the veggie cantina bowl. It was very good, and I haven't felt sick. The chicken and steak cantina bowls are supposedly gluten free as well. Check out their allergen list on their website. I'm not a celiac, so not sure if Taco Bell is celiac friendly in general.

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Not celiac
4 years ago

The line rice is gluten free

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5 years ago
Celiac friendly

Vegetarian Cantina Bowl - Large portion- Vegetarian - Convenient for a quick, cheap meal- Many locations- pretty dang healthy in comparison to most fast food.- menu easy to read to pull up / read on an iphone Had heard great things about the cantina menu in general, even before I took the plunge and admitted to myself that I have a gluten intolerance. I don't love fast food ... but after being in the car for a long period I was starving. Imagine my delight that after spotting a Taco Bell, I was able to very easily pull up a well organized, easy to read list on my phone , sorted by allergen type, and the ability to input the rate of severity! To top it off, it came in a vegetarian option ! score! I didn't have to be picky and ask for no chicken / or just pick it off myself. Since I only ate about half, and saved the rest for later I estimated it to be about 10 g of fat, and under 300 cals! Am very excited about this discovery. :D

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5 years ago
Celiac friendly

If you go to Taco Bell website click on menu and allergens, you can then select your allergen and the severity of it and it will give you menu options. I had the chicken cantena bowl and it was pretty good. So far no reaction :)

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5 years ago

Im a bit addicted to their crunchy tacos supreme. It's great for cheap and fast!

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Celiac
5 years ago
Celiac friendly

After reading that pintos and cheese is gluten-free on a couple of non-Taco Bell websites, I ordered and ate them. Two hours later, I am sick! I get on the official Taco Bell website, which lists ingredients, and realize that the red sauce which comes on the pintos DOES indeed have gluten in it! Be warned! Go to the official site to check before eating. I have eaten the cantina bowl chicken and tostada and have had no problems with those.

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5 years ago

Cantina bowl is nice fast food gluten free option. Tasty. I am very sensitive and I have not felt gluttened yet.

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