Chipotle Just Launched NEW Lifestyle Bowls for Keto, Paleo, Whole30, & More

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Starting a new diet?

Chipotle just launched a new collection of Lifestyle Bowls, just in time for New Year’s Resolutions. The new line includes a Paleo Salad Bowl, Keto Salad Bowl, Whole30 Salad Bowl, and a Double Protein Bowl, all exclusively available through the mobile app and on the Chipotle website for in-restaurant pickup or delivery.

Plus, you can get free delivery through January 7th with a $10 order at participating locations! No promo code is needed to redeem; the offer will automatically be applied at checkout.

chipotle bowls with keto offerings

These diet-driven menu offerings are available to help those who have committed to living a healthier lifestyle by making it easy to order delicious bowls that only contain the real ingredients permitted by certain diet regimens. The full ingredient make-up of the new Lifestyle Bowls is available below:

  • Whole30 Salad Bowl: Romaine lettuce, carnitas, fajita veggies, tomato salsa, and guacamole.
  • Paleo Salad Bowl: Romaine lettuce, barbacoa, fajita veggies, green salsa, and guacamole.
  • Keto Salad Bowl: Romaine lettuce, carnitas, red salsa, cheese, and guacamole.
  • Double Protein Bowl: White rice, black beans, chicken (full portion), steak (full portion), red salsa, romaine lettuce, and sour cream.

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  1. gege1804

    That is a great and smart idea on their part. When i was doing whole30, chipotle was the only fast food place i ate for a few no time for meal prep day.

  2. Wende

    It would be nice if they also offered a vegan version.

    • Maggie

      Wende, they already do offer a vegan bowl! It’s the Sofritas (made from soy) — their beans, rice, tortillas, and fajita veggies have also been vegan for YEARS. The Sofritas are even prepared separately from the meat to avoid cross-contamination, and the employees will gladly change gloves when preparing vegan meals.

    • 50ShadesofLipstick

      What do you mean? The veggie bowl minus any diary items (cheese and sour cream) is vegan.

    • Shey

      The queso they offer is also vegan.

      • Tish

        Nope. It’s vegetarian, but not vegan. It has real cheese in it.

  3. Laina

    Romaine? Is it safe again?

    • Cristalle

      Its been safe for a while now.

  4. Amy Forgey

    It is one of the only places my gluten free family can eat at too:) The new bowls will make it easier/faster to order now;)

  5. Denise

    Awesome

  6. Wes

    Went to Chipotle today & asked about the Keto bowl. They did not have it on the price board. It was $10.58. I just ordered My standard bowl w/o beans or rice which is Keto friendly for about $7.

    • Beth

      It’s because there’s meat AND guac. The extra is the guacamole.

  7. Dana

    What is the salad called in the very top picture there? The one with the hand in the pic. It looks delicious.

    • gege1804

      You would ask for the salad bowl and fill up with whatever else you want.

  8. Mari

    So basically they’re going to charge more because they put a name on it. They’re going to charge more because you don’t want additional ingredients such as the rice and beans and call it Keto so they can justify an up charge?! Is that right?!

    • cat

      You don’t have to buy it.

      • Mari

        Oh but I will… I just won’t call it “Keto”!!

    • Lo

      I think it’s mainly the guac upcharge but yes. I laughed a bit and thought the same as you do.

      • Mari

        Lol! Makes sense now 😅

    • 50ShadesofLipstick

      No. There are several keto-compatible options at Chipotle that you can choose instead of this new Keto bowl, and you don’t have to pay extra if you order one of those. The Veggie bowl even comes with guacamole included at no extra charge. You can just order that, carnitas or a salad bowl and ask them to hold the rice and/or beans and whatever else doesn’t fit your macros.

      • kayti

        This is totally not a new concept at all. Just putting a label on some ingredients that they have to market it. I can’t believe people are going crazy over it when they could have looked up that information in the first place like I did years ago!

        • 50ShadesofLipstick

          That’s what I’m saying. I mean, anyone who has been doing keto would be aware of their options are…it’s not exactly like the nutritional info is hidden…

  9. Nita

    Yes I mean you can make the bowl anyway you want, so good point. I don’t like Mexican fast food like Taco Bell etc. but Chipotle bowls I do like..it’s slowly becoming a go to.

    • Eve

      Taco Bell is NOT a Mexican Food neither Chipotle. I invite you to watch videos and see what is the authentic Mexican Food.

  10. SavingMama

    I think it sounds great…but it’d be better if they offered a promotional price! Just like others have mentioned, you can simply order no rice etc in a regular bowl. Sometimes, I just get it to go and add a big scoop of guac that is homemade and/or purchased in a grocery store (either option is more affordable than Chipotle upcharge).
    In addition, if you do like or don’t mind Taco Bell…you can use their app and customize their bowls just how you’d like as well. The app usually has some special like 25% off total order or free drink etc. so it’s an affordable way to eat low carb.
    If anyone has a diabetic person in their family or friends circle, keto is really helpful. You can incorporate delicious recipes that won’t spike their blood sugar and take them to places like Chipotle for a yummy meal they won’t feel left out on.

    • Becca

      Thank you for these tips! Sharing them with my mom 🙂

  11. 🌺 Nolee 🌺

    Please join me in emailing Chipotle and requesting chipotle lime riced cauliflower as an option! It would be so easy for them to do! I started adding my own riced cauliflower to a bowl when the romaine lettuce was recalled. It was awesome, but it would be great if they offered it in store!

    • C

      I know last year Chipotle toyed with adding a quinoa option. I have not seen it on the menu, though. They do seem to be trying to keep up with new trends within the confines they have.

      Surely you can make your own bowl to meet your dietary needs, but these bowls will appeal to people that are new to a diet or just like simple ordering. If you prefer to build your own bowl you always still have that option.

      • Bonn

        That sounds delicious!

  12. Linda

    Romaine safe ??? CDC still investigating and says not to eat unless you know where it came from. Do not eat if from CA counties of San Benito, Santa Barbara or Monterey.

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