Taco Bell Gluten Free Menu Prices

Find Taco Bell's Gluten Free Menu Prices & Allergy Information

Taco Bell’s gluten free menu is the best fast food Mexican fix for those that have gluten sensitivity, allergies, or just plain ol’ intolerance. Just let them know when you order the importance of not cross-contaminating food, and you should be fine.

Not only is Taco Bell vegetarian friendly, but they are friendly to those that have Celiac Disease as well. Go ahead Taco Bell for setting a standard amongst fellow fast food restaurants.

And we aren’t singling people out, if you don’t have a named disease, but have NCGS, then this menu suits you just fine as well. The more the merrier.

One note of caution, if you’re looking for breakfast, you may want to patron some other place for this meal, but beyond those hours, you can go beyond the border.

Prices and availability may vary by location. The following is Taco Bell’s Gluten Free Menu:




Morning Dollar Menu


Cantina Power Menu

Cantina Power Bowl - Chicken$4.99
Cantina Power Bowl - Steak$5.19
Cantina Power Bowl - Veggie$4.99

Dollar Cravings Menu

Spicy Tostada$1.00
Triple Layer Nachos$1.00


Black Beans$1.49
Black Beans & Rice$1.49
Chips and Guacamole$1.49
Chips and Nacho Cheese Sauce$1.39
Chips and Pico de Gallo$1.49
Chips and SalsaN/A
Nacho Cheese Doritos ChipsN/A
Pintos 'n' Cheese$1.19
Premium Latin Rice$1.49


Boss Nachos - Chicken$5.79
Boss Nachos - Steak$5.99
Double Tostada$1.59
Spicy Tostada$1.00
Triple Layer Nachos$1.00

Vegetarian Menu

Black Beans & Rice$1.49
Cantina Power Bowl - Veggie$4.99
Double Tostada$1.59
Pintos 'n' Cheese$1.19
Spicy Tostada$1.00

Hot Sauce Packets

Border Sauce - HotComplimentary
Border Sauce - MildComplimentary
Border Sauce - Salsa VerdeComplimentary
Diablo SauceComplimentary
Salsa Del SolComplimentary

Popular Gluten Free Items at Taco Bell

Some of the favorite gluten free menu items are the Boss Nachos and the Pintos ‘n’ Cheese with lots of hot sauce. Yes, I said Pintos ‘n’ Cheese is a fave – you know who you are.

But Taco Bell… Taco Bell… It’s time to expand your breakfast menu.

Try offering a breakfast entree with eggs, beans and cheese, and get creative. We know you can do it Cantina Bowl creator.

Speaking of, the Cantina Bowl is a super power. You can order meat or vegetarian and it comes with lettuce, guacamole, Pico de Gallo, avocado ranch dressing, shredded cheddar cheese and reduced fat sour cream, all on top of Latin rice and black beans.

Oh my goodness, I’m full just typing that protein packed meal. I don’t need no stinking tortilla to be satisfied when the food is this good.

If crispy and cheap is what you’re craving, then the Dollar Cravings menu is for you. My favorite from this gluten free list is the Triple Layer Nachos – yum!

You can’t go wrong with chips, beans, cheese and sauce – ever!

I don’t know about you, but I’m a big sides advocate, to the point where I can make a meal just with delicious sides. Two Pintos ‘n’ Cheese for me, please – of course, with extra cheese and extra sauce.

However, if this order isn’t for you, and maybe you’re feeling fancy, then try something from the Specialties menu. If a single Tostada just won’t cut it today, try a double, your wealthy rebel, you.

Also, you’ve got the spicy option and the nachos option in this section, so you have a few choices here, specialty eater.

For those that are both vegetarian and don’t eat gluten, you are covered too. Seriously, there’s something for everyone, except Breakfast eaters.

You have five different gluten free, vegetarian options, which is a lot more than some places, but could be expanded a bit.

And don’t forget the hot sauce. I am from Louisiana, and we do not EVER joke about hot sauce.

Enjoy Taco Bell’s Gluten Free Offerings

Taco Bell has come a long way. They are vegetarian friendly and gluten free friendly.

They are decently priced AND they offer all the complimentary hot sauce you could ever want with a meal. I don’t know about you, but that makes me super happy.

Go forth and conquer celiac community.