Are Scrambled Eggs Gluten-Free?

glutenfreechart5 Gluten-Free Confidence Score: 5/10

Of course, eggs in and of themselves are naturally gluten-free. If you prepare scrambled eggs at home you’ll be okay, but be wary of scrambled eggs when you dine out. At some restaurants (like IHOP), pancake batter with wheat is used in their scrambled eggs, so their eggs are not gluten-free. At other restaurants, definitely consult with the server and/or chef to see if they can make you gluten-free scrambled eggs before ordering them.

  • Ines

    I’m confused … hard boiled eggs have a 9 out of 10 gluten-free rating but scrambled eggs have a 5 out of 10. How do you figure?

    • theglutenfreebar

      We just simply want people to be aware that when they eat out, scrambled eggs can contain more than just eggs. It is actually fairly common that a gluten-containing batter gets added to the eggs to make the eggs go further.

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