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March Gluten Free Menu

Each month at Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes we swap out some of our featured menu items. However, we also always strive to offer some new Gluten Free items for our diners. For March, our featured gluten free menu items are:

Tossed Salad:

Mandarin Spinach w/Caramelized Walnuts (is also Vegan)

Signature Deli Salads:

Poppy Seed Coleslaw (also a delicious Vegetarian option)

Dill & Dijon Potato (is Vegan as well)

Joan’s Broccoli Madness

Soups:

Deep Kettle House Chili

Santa Fe Black Bean Chili (tasty and Vegan)

Need even more variety? We {almost} ALWAYS have the following gluten free items available:

  • Salad bar fresh-cut produce
  • Baked potato with all the toppings
  • Soft-serve ice-cream/Frozen yogurt
  • All flavored gelatin
  • Dressings (Some are not available every day. Subject to change depending on location):
  • Fat Free Honey Mustard
  • Fat Free Ranch
  • Fat Free Italian
  • Ranch
  • Cuban French
  • French Catalina
  • Blue Cheese
  • Thousand Island
  • Balsamic Vinaigrette
  • Olive Oil & Vinegar

0 thoughts on “March Gluten Free Menu”

  1. Oh this is great!
    Thanks for letting me know what i am able to eat here, especially for the dressings, and the chili is always amazing!
    It would be super great if you brought the Zinfandel dressing back though!
    That was the best dressing my friends and i had ever tasted!

  2. On the website I notice the soups, salads, and pastas are now labeled when they are vegan. Could you tell me if any of the salad dressings are vegan? Also, what about the breads such as the sourdough?

    1. Hi Tish, any of our restaurant managers would be happy to help regarding ingredients of menu items. Please visit your local restaurant and speak with a manager for details. Thanks!

  3. So tonight I tried to find out if the tapioca pudding has egg in it. My daughter is allergic to egg. We couldn’t find out on the website (through my phone), so I asked the girl at the counter. She told me to look at the brochures by the window. They were fundraising brochures. I told her that. She shrugged. Never saw a manager and she didn’t offer to get one. I wasn’t sure I would get a different answer anyway, since the employee was so “well trained.”. So my daughter didn’t eat it (and I didn’t either since I’m allergic to dairy). We sure would love to have that kind of info more accessible.

  4. I am so happy that you have Gluten Free things here at Sweet Tomatoes I love all your Salads and your different toppings for the salad’s and I love Sun Flower Seeds for my salads and for my Ice cream too I love the people that work there they are so nice and helpful my Husband and I love eating there we really enjoy James at the Phoenix branch he is so sweet.

  5. I like all menu of Souplantation. especially the Chicken soup. I also like the pizza. as a vegetariance. I would love to choose Souplatation as my favority place to dine in.

  6. Love going to Sweet Tomatoes esp since I have cut out all meats and processed foods. My one little grip is my location in Addison Tx rarely has any of the Gluten Free Items other than the salads. that leaves me sad 🙁 Going tonight so going to ask about the new Gluten Free items and see what they say. Will report back

  7. Would definitely like to have more Vegan options available at our local souplantation. Vegetable soup tonight was vegetarian instead of vegan with the addition of butter in the broth. Went there tonight but did not know that a couple of the prepared salads were also vegan until I got home and checked your website tonight. It would be nice to have had prepared options labeled Vegan vs Vegetarian when possible. Please, more Vegan options.

    1. Hi Craig. Thank you for your suggestions. If you ever have any questions about content your local store manager has access to ingredient lists.

  8. Hi. My family wants to come eat there for Easter at your 635 and MacArthur location in Texas. I am allergic to gluten, dairy, rice and corn. Are any of your gluten free menu items also dairy, rice and corn free?

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