Simple Gluten Free Lobster Roll with Fresh Herbs

This Gluten Free Lobster Roll is the perfect summer staple. Rich lobster tossed with herbs and a little bit of mayo you just can’t go wrong. gluten free lobster roll

This post is sponsored by Schar. All opinions are my own.

Summer Eats

I love summer food. It’s the time for grilling out and BBQ’s, popsicles and all kinds of frozen desserts, picnics and beach days full of all kinds of snacks.

Now I love seafood, and lobster is one of my favorites, but I had never had a gluten free lobster roll before. We have always grilled it or broiled it.

Fun Fact about Florida- We don’t actually get whole lobsters here in Florida, we only eat the tails. I’ve actually never had a whole lobster!

Gluten free lobster roll with Schar Hot Dog Buns

How to Serve a Gluten Free Lobster Roll

I learned something when I was researching traditional lobster rolls. While they are served on a hot dog bun, they are actually cut from the top of the bun, instead of the side like a for a hot dog.

Schar makes some really good gluten free hot dog buns and they were perfect for these gluten free lobster rolls. Fluffy, but holds together great. No soggy rolls here!

Schar Gluten Free Hot Dog Buns

The buns come 4 to a pack and don’t need to be refrigerated or frozen.  Little side tip- Schar’s stay fresh packaging makes them great for hurricane season. Keep a few Schar breads on hand just in case the storm hits!

Lobster Roll Ingredients- lobster, herbs, mayo and lemon

Lobster Roll Ingredients

Lobster rolls are really simple to make. It’s basically a lobster salad with fresh herbs, mayo, and a little lemon.

I personally boiled my lobster tails, but you can also grill or broil them. Whatever works best for you.

A little tip- double check that your lobsters are fresh. When you look at the tail it should be white on the end and smell clean. If it’s at all gray, go somewhere else. Unfortunately, I have learned from experience how bad lobster can smell when it’s bad. You don’t want that experience!

After my lobster is cooked, I like to toss it in a pan with a little bit of melted butter. Just adds a little bit of flavor before mixing in themayo, herbs, and lemon.

Overhead shot of gluten free lobster roll

Do you have a summer seafood recipe you can’t live without? This gluten free lobster roll is definitely on my list!

If you can’t find Schar hot dog buns at your local store, feel free to ask them to carry them or you can order them on Amazon!

Meanwhile, you can also enter to win a grill pack from Schar! 2 packages of gluten free hot dog buns and 2 packages of gluten free hamburger buns shipped to you!

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Simple Gluten Free Lobster Roll with Fresh Herbs

Simple Gluten Free Lobster Roll with Fresh Herbs
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  • 2 5 ounce lobster tails, cooked (about 8 ounces chopped lobster meat)
  • 2 teaspoons butter
  • 1/4 cup mayo
  • 1 Tablespoon chopped parsly
  • 2 teaspoons chopped chives
  • 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
  • 2 gluten free hot dog buns

  1. Sautee chopped lobster in 2 teaspoons of butter for 3 minutes.
  2. Transfer to bowl.
  3. Add mayo, herbs, and lemon juice.
  4. Mix well.
  5. Cut top of gluten free hot dog bun and pull open.
  6. Fill with lobster salad.
  7. Enjoy!

In lieu of lobster tails, whole lobster or frozen lobster meat can be used.

Prep Time: 10 minutes - Cook Time: 15 minutes Yield: 2
Serving Size: 1 Lobster Roll
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40 thoughts on “Simple Gluten Free Lobster Roll with Fresh Herbs

  1. We enjoyed some lobster rolls when visiting Boston few years ago and they were delicous! So i like the idea of making some of them at home.

  2. That sure looks like a delicious sandwich filling! I guess we can make that too with crab meat or chopped cooked shrimps. Got to get some hotdog rolls too and make this for my husband.

  3. Can you believe I’ve never had a Lobster Roll?! Sounds like the perfect summer dish, I must try! My favorite meal to have on a warm summer evening has to be BBQ sausage with peppers though.

  4. This looks really good! I haven’t tried very many gluten-free bread options. I’d be interested to find out how it compares!

  5. I’ve always heard about lobster rolls, but I thought they were too difficult to do. Cooking lobster is something I’ve been afraid to try. This recipe really sounds doable. And I love Schar products, but I haven’t tried the hotdog or hamburger buns yet. I have to try this out.

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