This post is brought to you by Chipotle. All opinions are 100% my own.
Are you ready for Cinco de Mayo? Get your family ready and head to Chipotle. It’s our favorite and most frequented eatery, and perfect for a gluten-free, GMO-free Mexican fiesta on Cinco de Mayo. Some locations also have catering options if you are hosting a large Cinco de Mayo party! If you’ve never tried Chipotle, GO NOW!
It’s always been easy to find gluten-free items at Chipotle. We just steer clear of the flour tortillas. Everything else is fair game. If I do have a craving for a tortilla, Chipotle also serves corn tortillas for their tacos. All the ingredients are right in front of you, and on purpose. This way you can see what you are getting and how the food is handled as your meal goes down the line.
The Reynolds family is health conscious and we care about the ingredients in our food. We’ve always trusted Chipotle for choosing the best sourced ingredients available at reasonable prices, but recently we jumped for joy when we heard that all the ingredients were now GMO-free.
Chipotle is taking the road less traveled by becoming the first national restaurant company to cook with only non-GMO ingredients, which further emphasizes their commitment to food with integrity. You can learn a ton of information about this great leap by Chipotle by visiting Chipotle.com/gmo.
What is your favorite dish? For me and my hubby, we enjoy the burrito bowl. Lately, we’ve been going with the chicken bowl, but carnitas and barbacoa are close favorites. When hubby dines by himself, he typically gets an all meat chicken and steak mix “paleo” bowl. Buddy gets the “Build Your Own” meal specifically for kids. He loves the fun of making his own tacos, or burrito balls (don’t ask). If we’re feeling good, we’ll get a side of chips and guac too.