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Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza

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Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza. Domino’s announced yesterday that they have added a “Gluten FreePizza to their menu. It is really important to educate yourself and read the fine print. If you have Celiac or a severe gluten intolerance you need to educate yourself before ordering. It is not 100% Gluten Free because of the possibility of cross contamination. You can read the disclaimer and watch the video below.


Domino’s Pizza made with a Gluten Free Crust is prepared in a common kitchen with the risk of gluten exposure. The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness supports the availability of Domino’s Gluten Free Crust, but cannot recommend the pizza for customers with Celiac disease. Customers with gluten sensitivities should exercise judgment in consuming this pizza.

Explaining the Disclaimer:

Gluten is present in Domino’s® Hand Tossed Dough. After stretching the dough, small gluten particles could remain on the pizza maker’s hands, which then touch the cheese and toppings and could transfer to these ingredients. Due to the handcrafted nature of Domino’s® products and because stores do not have a separate gluten free area in the kitchen, a possibility for gluten exposure can occur. As such, pizza made with Domino’s® Gluten Free Crust is not recommended for customers with celiac disease. However, because the risk for exposure is low, this pizza made with Domino’s® Gluten Free Crust is an option for individuals with mild gluten sensitivities.

When making the decision if you will order the gluten free pizza please keep in mind that these additional ingredients contain gluten.

Domino’s® ingredients that contain gluten and should not be added to a Gluten Free Crust:

Philly meat
Alfredo sauce
Cheddar sauce

Other Domino’s® products that contain gluten:

Hand Tossed Dough, Thin Crust, Dish, Brooklyn Crust, Big Deal (select locations)
Sandwich bread
Boneless Chicken

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      1. I believe you are both mistaken. Have you tried these?
        Many people that can not eat wheat really appreciate this.
        I for one do.

        1. I will not try it because I have Celiac Disease but I am sure it is great for those with Gluten Intolerance.

    1. You should try them. I don’t have a wheat allergy but these pizzas are far better than anything else I’ve tried from Dominos and even many other pizza places.

  1. My wife has Celiac and we ordered the gluten free pizza 2 days ago and it was delicious!! She had no issue with cross contamination.

    We highly recommend the Dominos Gluten Free Pizza!!

  2. Our family has ordered this on several occasions, it’s delicious and works great for our pizza wants with sensitivity needs.

  3. This Gluten-free Pizza Crust is Fabulous!
    We have ordered them several times and LOVE them!
    Great Job DOMINOS!

  4. We love the gluten-free pizza and have had no issues with it. My only wish is that it wasn’t so expensive. What amounts to three small pizzas costs us $35. Domino’s please give us some coupon deals on this!

      1. Agreed! I can only order this pizza for very special occasions because it is so expensive. The worst part is I order this one small pizza for myself for like $15 and then get a large regular crust pizza for $12 that feeds 3 of my friends. So stupid.

        1. Agree with you Liz. A small GF pizza with two toppings is about $13, but my kids get a ginormous pizza that feeds all of them for $9.99. Can’t they shave off a little on the price range?? I sure hope so….

  5. LOVE this pizza BUT its rediculously expensive, dominos make some deals or coupons, people with this problem already spend too much on food!!

  6. UPDATE: I contacted Dominos about a discount and they put me in touch with the local manager. He was able to give me a coupon code that works only at the local Dominos that knocks off $3 per pizza if I order three or more. Hey, it never hurts to ask! Kudos to Dominos for making a very happy customer!

  7. I have Celiac disease and was so excited to hear that Domino’s had gluten free pizza’s. I love them! I get pizza’s all the time now. They are the best I have tasted in a long time. Thank you!

  8. Also agree with some of the above comments. they are expensive and you need to offer coupons once in a while. $11 for a small pizza is high when you can get two medium for $5.99 each

  9. I am highly sensitive to gluten, plus having MANY other medical problems, makes my Celiac Disease ten times worse. I have tried all the nasty GF pizzas on the market than you either back from scratch or just bake, plus I tried Pappa Johns & that was just OK. So when Dominoes came out with theirs I didn’t rush to try it. Then I spent a week with one of my daiughters whom also has Celiac, she purchased the GF pizza & I was shocked, it was delicious. Since then I buy them ALL of the time. I love them & I commend Dominoes for their efforts to keep it as GF as possible. I ONLY order from my local Dominoes as I know they go that extra step, to avoid any cross contamination. Yes, they really cost a lot, but what GF food doesn’t. What we all should really be doing is complaining about ALL GF food prices, as all of my food costs at least 3 times what we spend for regular foods. This needs to be dealt with & soon. I can’t imagine what the needy does if they ever need help, like from the food shelves etc. Please help the Celiacs in your area & donate GF foods to the food banks when you can, you may help a Celiac child stay healthy. Thanks.

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