Arby’s Gluten Free Menu

Arby’s is one of those fast food restaurants where you will need to order a sandwich without any buns or breads.

And in my opinion, it just doesn’t taste right.

Do yourself a favor and just go for one of their chopped salads or Jamocha shakes please.


Here is Arby’s gluten free menu below.


Arby’s Gluten Free Menu


  • Black Angus Roast Beef
  • Corned Beef
  • Genoa Salami
  • Pecan Chicken Salad+
  • Pepper Bacon
  • Pepperoni
  • Roast Beef
  • Roast Chicken+
  • Roast Ham Roast Turkey
  • Sides
  • Applesauce


  • Chopped Farmhouse Salad-Turkey & Ham
  • Chopped Farmhouse Chicken-Roast
  • Chopped Side Salad*


  • Arby’s Sauce®
  • Banana Peppers
  • Chargrill Seasoning
  • Cheddar Cheese Sauce+
  • Cheddar Cheese, Sharp Natural Slice
  • Cheddar Cheese, Shredded Natural
  • Cheddar Cheese, Processed Slice
  • Dijon Honey Mustard Sandwich Sauce
  • Dill Pickle Slices
  • Horsey Sauce®
  • Ketchup
  • Mayonnaise
  • Parmesan Peppercorn Ranch Sauce
  • Pecan Chicken Salad
  • Pepper & Onion Mix
  • Red Ranch Sauce
  • Red Wine Vinaigrette Sauce
  • Sauerkraut
  • Smoky Q Sauce*
  • Spicy Brown Honey Mustard Sauce
  • Swiss Cheese, Big Eye Natural
  • Swiss Cheese, Processed Slice
  • Thousand Island Spread
  • Yellow Mustard


  • Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing
  • Buttermilk Ranch Dressing
  • Dijon Honey Mustard Dressing
  • Light Italian Dressing

Dipping Sauces

  • Buffalo Sauce
  • Honey Dijon Mustard Sauce
  • Ranch Sauce
  • Tangy Barbeque Sauce
  • Bronco Berry Sauce®


  • 1% Low Fat Chocolate Milk
  • 2% Reduced Fat Milk
  • CapriSun® Fruit Juice
  • Coffee
  • Diet Pepsi®
  • Dr Pepper®
  • Mountain Dew®
  • Pepsi®
  • Sierra Mist®
  • Brewed Iced Tea
  • Nestlé® Pure Life® Bottled Water


  • Chocolate Shake
  • Jamocha Swirl Shake
  • Vanilla Shake

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  1. Ashley says

    Your gluten free beverages is incorrect. Dark colored sodas have caramel coloring in them. And that has gluten in it. Might wanna re-check this list before you mislead people new to the g-free life style and make someone sick.

      • ray conner says

        I am an extremely sensitive celiac. Coke and pepsi products claim gluten free if you do not react with200 ppm or less. Carmel color often has gluten. Most if not all colored drinks make me ill. Power and gater aid mountain dew squert etc. Be careful!!!

  2. Lynne L says

    The problem here Amy, is that some caramel colorings are OK and some are not. You have no way of knowing unless you try it & that’s a personal choice. I can tell you that Pepsi sodas ARE OK (I don’t drink Coke so I can’t comment)…and I have tried Mug, Barq’s,(which are Pepsi & Coke brands of Root Beer), A&W and PC brands of Root Beer & they are all OK. I hate Dr. Pepper so I can’t comment on that either. Adam is NOT trying to mislead anyone & he does his research, but he’s not infallible. Not ALL caramel coloring has gluten in it (in fact very little of it does) and you would know that if you had done YOUR research. I, for one, was very glad to find him! THANKS ADAM!

  3. Karen says

    In Cranbrook, BC Arby’s offers Gluten Free Buns on any of their sandwiches, however this does not appear to be available in other Arby’s in BC Canada. I have checked in Kamloops and Prince George. Maybe this means they are testing the market?

    • Cheryl says

      I’m a GF newbie, just 2 weeks old. I sent Adam a question about taking our own bread, bun, or crackers to restaurants to enjoy with gluten free items from the menu. He was kind to respond to me. In GF cases, it is perfectly okay to take our own bread items.
      Thank you everyone for your comments. Even comments about reactions to wheat containing foods, help me know what is happening, when it happens to me.
      Extra thank you to Adam for this site.

      • shawna says

        Cheryl I take my own GF bread with me and have gotten mixed responses. Some restaurants are great about using it, and some refuse stating that they can’t use anything brought from home because it is against health codes. I have favorites now and just keep trying with new restaurants. Good luck to you :-)!

        • Cheryl says

          Hi Shawna, Have you tried asking the restaurant to wrap up the meat, and other sandwich items without the bun? Even at a sit down restaurant, have it served on a plate, then assemble the sandwich with your bread or bun at the table… Carl’s Jr, if you have them in your area, has a low carb burger served inside lettuce leaves. Just an idea to still have a burger. Thank you for your well wishes. Now I’m looking at all the skin care products for “hidden” gluten. : )

  4. steelmagnolia says

    I love Dr. Pepper. I suspect anything with High Fructose Corn Syrup bothers me, though. From Dr. Pepper:

    Q: Does Dr Pepper contain gluten?
    A: All of our products are considered gluten-free. Note: All products, which contain High Fructose Corn Syrup, may contain trace amounts of corn gluten. According to the Celiac Sprue Association, corn gluten is not harmful to people with Celiac Sprue disease. We encourage consumers with specific questions about Celiac Sprue to contact the Celiac Sprue Association at

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