Here is the complete KFC Gluten-Free menu.
KFC Gluten-Free Menu 2018
Unfortunately, if you go to KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) and you’re looking to avoid gluten, you won’t be able to eat any of the chicken that they are named for. None of their chicken is gluten-free. You can however eat some of their side dishes and salads.
- Corn on the Cob
- Green Beans
- Mashed Potatoes
- Sweet Kernel Corn
Salads (not including dressing or croutons)
- Caesar Side Salad
- House Side Salad
- Heinz Buttermilk Dressing
- Hidden Valley The Original Ranch Fat Free Dressing
- KFC® Creamy Parmesan Caesar Dressing
- Marzetti Light Italian Dressing
- Buttermilk Ranch Dipping Sauce Cup
- Colonel’s Buttery Spread
- Creamy Buffalo Dipping Sauce Cup
- Finger Lickin’ Good™ Dipping Sauce Cup
- Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce Cup
- Honey Sauce Packet
- Summertime BBQ Dipping Sauce Cup
- Sweet N Tangy Dipping Sauce Cup
- Capri Sun® Roarin’ Waters Tropical Fruit
- Chocolate Milk 1%
- Milk 1%
- Milk 2%
- GoGo Squeez Applesauce
- All beverages are gluten-free
KFC is an international fast food chain that was founded by Harland Sanders in 1930. At the time, he was in the midst of a depression, but still mastered the courage to open his first restaurant in a small gas station in Corbin, Kentucky. During this time, the restaurant was known as Sanders Court & Café, with Sanders serving in multiple positions such as the chief cook, station operator and cashier.
Sanders was born in 1890 on a farm just outside Henryville, Indiana. At the tender age of 6, his father passed on and he had the responsibility of looking after his younger siblings while their mother spent long hours at work. One of his duties was feeding his smaller brother and sister. This is where he began honing his cooking skills and by the age of 7, Harland was already a seasoned cook.
KFC is one of the few original American brands that boasts a rich tradition and history. Their success is partly attributed to a list of secret spices and herbs which were written on the back of his kitchen door more than 70 years ago. In 1936, Sanders’ restaurant began enjoying massive success, and by 1950, the Kentucky state governor named him colonel, the highest honor that a U.S. state can bestow upon a citizen. Following this title, Harland began dressing the part to appeal to more customers, adopting a clean white suit and colonel bow-tie that has made him a pop-culture icon for Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Currently, KFC is the most popular chicken restaurant chain in the world, specializing in their same original recipe, as well as other new options such as extra crispy chicken, buttermilk biscuits and home-style sides. There are around 18,000 KFC locations in the world spread across 115 countries and territories. Despite opening so many locations globally, the company has still not compromised on its recipe even for a second.
- KFC Allergen Menu
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