On road trips, that big yellow arrow is a welcome site around lunch time. Out west, In-n-Out Burger has become the spot for grabbing a bite while running errands or for pit stops on long highway stretches. And it isn’t because they have a wildly creative menu. In fact, they pretty much make one thing, hamburgers with fries. But they do it quite well.
Dairy-Free Menu Guide for In-n-Out Burger with Allergen Notes
This is the easiest dairy-free menu guide I’ve ever made, since the In-n-Out food menu has less than five items on it. Yes, their buns are dairy-free, and their sauces are dairy-free. Just avoid the cheese and milkshakes (sorry!) and you’re good to go. But to make it look like I worked a little, I’ve added some additional menu and food notes.
Additional Allergen Notes: In-n-Out Burger does not use peanuts, treenuts, sesame, shellfish, or fish in their restaurants. Egg-free guests should skip the spread (order Ketchup & Mustard instead), and Soy-Free guests should skip the spread and order Protein-Style. The buns contain soy.
- Double Double Burger (no cheese)
Not-So-Secret Menu Options:
- Protein Style (Gluten-Free): Place this order if you want your burger in a lettuce wrap instead of a bun. Their bun is dairy-free (but does contain wheat) and is not buttered.
- Animal Style: Order this if you want your patty cooked with mustard, and your burger topped with extra spread, pickles, and grilled onions (instead of raw).
- Ketchup & Mustard Swap: If you aren’t a fan of their spread (it’s basically Thousand Island and is dairy-free), you can order ketchup and mustard instead.
Fryer Note: The French Fries are made with fresh sliced potatoes, cooked in 100% sunflower oil, and they are the only fried food at In-n-Out Burger.
This Post is for Informational Purposes Only
Menus, ingredients, kitchen procedures, management, and restaurants are subject to change at any time. Always read the menu and discuss your dietary needs with the staff before ordering. Make sure that they can accommodate your situation. This post is for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as advice.
There is always a risk for potential cross-contamination of allergens in any commercial kitchen. If cross-contamination is an issue for you, always speak with the manager to ensure that your meal can be safely prepared. Listings here do not guarantee that a restaurant is safe enough for your individual needs. Only you can make that decision.
Where to Find In-n-Out Burger
In-n-Out has over 350 locations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, and Utah. See their website below for addresses and hours.
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