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Gluten-Free Foods & Menu Items  -  Steak ‘n Shake   Â

Steakburgers & Sandwiches

Steakburgers (without bun)

Grilled Chicken Breast

Taco Beef

Sliced Turkey


Genuine Chili

Chili, bowl or cup

Chili Beans (red kidney)

Chili Mac Sauce

Chopped Onions

Cheddar/Monterey Jack Blend Cheese

All Cheeses Â



Cheddar/Monterey Jack Blend



Cream Cheese


All Fresh Vegetables: onions, green peppers, cucumber, tomato, cabbage, carrots, lettuce.

Small Garden Salad

Deluxe Garden Salad

Coleslaw & Coleslaw Dressing

Cottage Cheese & Pineapple Slice

Cup of Chili

Baked Beans

Salad Dressings & Sauces

Blue Cheese

Fat Free Italian


Honey Mustard

Reduced Calorie Ranch

Thousand Island

Fountain & Desserts

Milk Shakes*

Very Very Strawberry Shakes Alive and Double Chocolate Chip Shakes Alive

    without the chocolate wafer cookie (the cookie has gluten)


Premium Vanilla Ice Cream

Hot Fudge Sundae

Strawberry Sundae

Outrageous Parfait

Root Beer Float

Whipped Cream

Maraschino Cherry

Chopped Almonds


Hot Chocolate

All Sodas/Carbonated Beverages


Orange Juice

Coffee – regular and decaffeinated


Topping & Condiments

Lettuce & Tomato



Mustard Relish

Cheddar Cheese Sauce

Barbecue Sauce

Taco Sauce

Tartar Sauce

Reduced Fat Mayonnaise



Jalapeno Slices

Mushroom Topping

Margarine Packets

Corn Chips


Sausage Patties



Scrambled eggs

Cholesterol-free Egg Product


Jellies & Jams

Pancake Syrup

Cooking Ingredients

Grilling Oil/Buttery Blend

Frying Oil

*Only Milk Shakes & Freezes – Malts have gluten in the malt flavoring


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