Culver's Vegan Menu

Culver’s is a casual fast-food restaurant chain that’s probably best known for its Butterburgers and its ultra-rich version of ice cream, Frozen Custard. Neither of these items are suitable for vegans, but if you’re looking to order vegan items at Culver's, we’re here to help.

According to our analysis of the online menu and allergen information, there are 5 vegan options at Culver's that do not contain animal products, as well as a few additional items that can be made vegan if you make omissions. We recommend the Crinkle Cut Fries with the Steamed Broccoli. You could bulk this out further by adding a Dinner Roll, but make sure it comes without butter! For dessert, you’ll have to avoid the Frozen Custard, but you can still enjoy a Lemon Ice or a Lemon Ice Cooler.

If you want different vegan options at Culver's, you could also order the Garden Fresco Salad (without cheese), the Strawberry Fields Salad with no grilled chicken and no bleu cheese crumbles, or the Cranberry Bacon Bleu Salad with no chicken, no bacon, and no bleu cheese crumbles.

Be careful with dressings: the Raspberry Vinaigrette and French dressings are vegan, but Honey Mustard, Ranch, and Chunky Bleu Cheese all contain animal-derived products.

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Frequently Asked Questions

According to a statement from Culver's, none of Culver’s menu items are certified as vegetarian or vegan as they may contain trace amounts of ingredients derived from animals due to normal cooking procedures in our restaurants. If cross contamination is not an issue there are 5 options that do not contain animal products as an ingredient.
The veggie burger at Culver's contains milk and is not considered vegan.
Culver's fries are cooked in a shared fryer and therefore may not be considered vegan depending on the strictness of your diet.
Culver's does not have a vegan burger available at this time.
Culver's Onion Rings are not vegan according to the official allergen menu.

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