I’ve heard a lot of good things about Raising Canes, but I still have never been able to try their famous chicken fingers.
Just the fact that they don’t freeze their chicken strips truly makes me want to try them out.
Another great thing about Raising Canes is that they are able to make special gluten free strips if you were to request them.
Here’s what Raising Cane’s told me about their gluten free selection so hopefully this helps you out.
Raising Cane’s® the breading for our chicken and our toast does contain gluten. The coleslaw, Cane’s Sauce, and fries are all gluten free; however, due to the fact that our chicken and fries sometimes share fryers during our peak times, we cannot guarantee our fries to be gluten free.
In the past, we have accommodated guests with dairy and egg allergies by cooking “naked” chicken fingers. This is not a frequent occurrence and is done at the discretion of the management at the location.
If you do decide to visit any of our locations, please ask for the manager on duty and notify them of the dairy allergy so that they may best accommodate you. Thank you for allowing us to serve you and we look forward to the next time.
This is very nice of Raising Canes and I truly respect them for doing this.
With that being said, here’s the Raising Canes gluten free menu.
Raising Canes Gluten Free Menu
The naked Chicken Fingers are cooked in shared fryers so it’s recommended to not eat these if you are allergic to gluten.
- Chicken Fingers without breading aka “Naked” Chicken Fingers
- Cole Slaw
- Fries (50/50 – French fries may or may not share the same fryer as the original fried chicken strips with batter)
Sauces and Condiments
- Cane’s Sauce
Hopefully you have a great experience with whatever you order off the Raising Canes gluten free menu.
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