Dunkin Donuts Gluten-Free Menu: 25,000 Great Coffee Variations

America runs on Dunkin, right? I’m sure we have all heard that tagline a time or two. But what about my celiac and gluten intolerant friends? Can we drop by for a coffee or bite on the go without paying for it later? 

While they do not have a Dunkin Donuts gluten-free menu on their website, they have all of their allergens listed and a complete guide. I dissected the  Dunkin’ allergen guide and compiled a complete list of their gluten-free menu, so you don’t have to. 

The food options aren’t overwhelming, but you’ll be happy to know that all of their beverages are gluten-free. With over 25,000 ways to order your coffee, this is one place you won’t tire of. 

Here is a quick glance at the gluten-free menu: 

1. Snackin Bacon 

2. Hash browns 

3. Egg White & Veggie Omelet Bites

4. Bacon & Cheddar Omelet Bites

5. All Hot Beverages 

6. All Iced Beverages 

7. Frozen Beverages 

A Brief History 

Dunkin Donuts has been serving up coffee and donuts for over 70 years now. The first location was opened in Quincy, Massachusetts, in 1948 by William Rosenberg and is still operating today. But the famous chain wasn’t always known as Dunkin Donuts. 

It was initially named open kettle and changed after two years. It is said that the inspiration for the name came from the idea of dunking donuts into the coffee.

Today the restaurants span throughout the states, with over 9,000 locations in the U.S. You may also see the chain while traveling abroad as they have restaurants in 46 countries. 

Fun Fact: In Spain, it is referred to as Dunkin Coffee. 

Dunkin Donuts Gluten-Free Menu 

As shown above, Dunkin Donuts most certainly has gluten-free options. However, like most fast-food chains, they can not ensure that cross-contamination does not occur.

If you are extremely sensitive to gluten, you may want to avoid the food options. It is also best practice to make the server aware of your allergy and ask them to change their gloves whenever you’re eating out. 

Sadly, this video has no gluten-free donuts on the Dunkin’ menu, but you can learn to make your own at home. 

Now it’s time to take a closer look at the menu items and see what they are all about. 

1. Snackin Bacon 

Ok, you got me. A bag of bacon I can grab on the go in the morning, I’ll be right there. This crispy seasoned bacon is served in an easy pouch ready for snacking. As you can see in the picture below, this menu item is not only gluten-free but free from all allergens. 

2. Hash browns

These golden-brown potato rounds are heated in the oven upon each order and served crispily. They are an excellent option if you’re looking for a snack or something to eat alongside your seasoned bacon. Whatever way you decide to enjoy them, rest assured that none of the ingredients contain gluten. 

3.  Egg White & Veggie Omelet Bites

Are you looking for something a bit more sustainable than hashbrowns and bacon? These Omelet bites will do the trick. The egg white and veggie version is layered with tomato, spinach, and a four-cheese blend, a new and exciting menu item for everyone on a gluten-free diet. 

Add some snackin’ bacon and hash browns, and you have yourself a classic American breakfast. 

4. Bacon & Cheddar Omelet Bites

This is another version of the omelet bites, but it is filled with bacon and cheddar for the meat-eaters out there. These omelet bites are new to Dunkin Donuts, so they may not have made it to select locations just yet. 

5. Hot Beverages 

You can drive through Dunkin Donuts and order any hot beverage with ease as they are all gluten-free. These drinks go far beyond regular coffee. 

These include:

  • Americano 
  • Cappuccino 
  • Espresso 
  • Matcha Latte 
  • Hot Chocolate 
  • Chai-latte 
  • Tea
  • Vanilla Spice 
  • Brown Sugar Cookie Chai Latte
  • Mocha Raspberry Latte

For a complete list, check out the Dunkin Donuts menu. If you click on each item individually, you can see the allergens and ingredients list. 

Flavor Shots

Flavor shots are a great way to spice up any hot or iced beverage. The below options are all gluten-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free. 

  • Vanilla
  • Hazelnut
  • Toasted almond
  •  Blueberry
  •  Raspberry
  • Coconut

Pro Tip: For all of my vegan and dairy-free friends, Dunkin Donuts carries alternatives to milk, including oat milk, almond, and coconut milk. I love getting a hot or iced cappuccino made with almond milk and a hazelnut flavor shot. Just add sugar if you’re looking to sweeten things up a bit. 

Flavor Swirls 

These tasty additives are another great way to make a bland coffee come to life. These flavor swirls have a creamy sweetness, unlike the flavor shots, because they contain sugar and milk. 

These come in a range of flavors, including:

  • Caramel 
  • French vanilla
  • Hazelnut
  • Mocha

Keep an eye out for seasonal flavors such as peppermint mocha and butter pecan.

6. Iced Beverages 

Are warm drinks not your thing? No need to worry; we’re just getting started. Dunkin Donuts has cold beverages that range from coffees to refreshers. 

Some of my favorites include:

  • Iced matcha latte 
  • Iced chai latte
  • Pink Strawberry Dunkin’ Coconut Refreshers
  • Strawberry Dragonfruit Dunkin’ Refreshers 
  • Iced tea
  • Iced coffee 
  • Iced americano 
  • Cold-brew 
  • Nitro Cold Brew With Sweet Cold Foam 

Iced Coffee Vs. Cold Brew Vs. Iced Americano 

With so many different variations of coffee goodness, how do we know what Iced beverage to choose from? While they may seem similar, there are some significant differences in how these coffees are made. 

Let’s start with the basics. Iced coffee is coffee brewed hot and poured over ice, and often it is left to cool before it is served.  Cold-brew takes it a step further and brews the coffee with cool water at a slower pace. This helps eliminate the coffee from being diluted as you will need less ice to keep it cool. 

The third variation, and my personal favorite, is espresso mixed with cold water and ice. Not sure what one you like best? Next time, switch up your order and see what the different variations offer. 

7. Frozen Beverages 

Frozen beverages because the ice just doesn’t cut it on a hot day. Unfortunately, you can not sub out the alternative milk for frozen drinks, but they are all naturally gluten-free. 

These frozen goodies include:

  • Frozen coffee
  • Coolatta 
  • Frozen chocolate 
  • Frozen matcha latte

Dunkin Donuts Alternatives 

While Dunkin’ is an excellent place for gluten-free beverages, food items are still limited. If you are looking for a quick bite and a coffee with more food variety, Starbucks is a great alternative.


There is one downside to ordering gluten-free at Starbucks; you have to be a bit more cautious with your drinks. 

Unlike Dunkin Donuts, they are not all gluten-free. You can find the nutritional information and allergens of an individual item listed on their website. They have also compiled a complete allergens list for drinks, food, limited edition, and holiday items. 

Gluten-free food options

This is not a complete list, and some locations may not carry the below items. 

  • Kale and Mushroom Egg Bites
  • Bacon and Gruyere Egg Bites
  • Egg White and Roasted Red Pepper Egg Bites 
  • Avocado Spread 
  • Marshmallow Dream Bar 
  • Gluten-Free chocolate brownie
  • Gluten-Free Ham and Cheese Panini
  • Almonds, Cashew, and Raisins
  • Kettle Mature Cheddar and Red Onion Crisps
  • Fruit and Nut Mix  

Gluten-Free Drinks

This list has not been exhausted but some of their gluten-free favorites include:

  • Caffe Mocha
  • Classic Hot Chocolate
  • Hot White Chocolate 
  • Starbucks Blonde Mocha
  • Classic Chai Tea Latte
  • Youthberry Tea
  • Iced Chai Tea Latte
  • Iced Green Tea
  • Iced Matcha Tea Latte
  • Peach Iced Tea
  • Cold Brew Latte
  • Nitro Cold Brew
  • Iced White Chocolate Mocha 
  • Caramel Cream Frappuccino
  • Chocolate Cream Frappuccino
  • Strawberries & Cream Frappuccino

 It is always best to double-check with the server at each location to ensure that a product is gluten-free. Make sure to inform them of your allergy, so they know to change their gloves and limit cross-contamination as much as possible. 

Wrapping things up 

If you are looking for a quick morning, pick me up; that is, gluten-free Dunkin donuts has your back. While their gluten-free food selection is limited, you will have free range with their beverages.

If you’re looking for a more extensive food menu, Starbucks may be more suitable for you. For more tips and tricks on eating out on a gluten-free diet, check out Gone Gluten.

My name is Gabby, and I’m the creator of Gone Gluten. I started this site to inspire those who are currently living or trying to live a gluten-free lifestyle.

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