Cracker Barrel Tips, Tenders n’ Shrimp Platter Price, Nutrition, Allergen, and Gluten Information

Tips, Tenders n' Shrimp Platter

Price – $17.69 | 810 cal

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Cracker Barrel’s Tips, Tenders n’ Shrimp Platter is a hearty combination of protein and sides.

It features sirloin steak tips drizzled with garlic butter sauce, crispy fried or marinated grilled chicken tenders, and country-fried shrimp.

You can choose two country sides and either buttermilk biscuits or corn muffins to complete the meal.

Nutrition

  • Calories: 1000-1200
  • Fat: 50-70g (of which 20-30g are saturated)
  • Cholesterol: 150-200mg
  • Sodium: 1500-2000mg
  • Carbohydrates: 50-70g (dietary fiber: 5-10g, sugars: 10-15g)
  • Protein: 50-60g
  • Calcium: 200-300mg
  • Iron: 10-15mg
  • Potassium: 800-1000mg

Allergens

  • Wheat (in bread, biscuits, batter)
  • Eggs (in breading, batter)
  • Milk (in breading, batter, cheese)
  • Soy (in breading, batter)
  • Shrimp
  • Beef (steak tips)

Gluten Information

This dish contains gluten due to the wheat flour used in the breading, batter, biscuits, and potentially the country sides depending on your selection.

FAQs

What comes with the Cracker Barrel Tips, Tenders n’ Shrimp Platter?

The platter includes sirloin steak tips, crispy fried or marinated grilled chicken tenders, and country-fried shrimp. You can choose two sides and either buttermilk biscuits or corn muffins.

How many calories are in the Tips, Tenders n’ and Shrimp Platter?

The exact calorie count can vary depending on the specific preparation and chosen sides, but it is estimated to be between 1000 and 1200 calories.

Can I get the Tips, Tenders n’ Shrimp Platter with grilled shrimp instead of fried?

No, the shrimp in this platter is specifically listed as “country-fried,” which means it is coated in batter and deep-fried. They do not offer grilled shrimp as an option for this particular platter.

Is the Tips, Tenders n’ Shrimp Platter gluten-free?

No, this platter is not gluten-free due to the wheat flour used in the breading, batter, and biscuits. Additionally, some of the countryside options may contain gluten, so be sure to check the menu or ask your server for clarification.

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