Domino’s Pizza Gluten Free Pizza Review
We’re going to answer your first two questions right off.
- Yes, we have tried Dominos gluten free pizza crust.
- No, ordering the pizza made in the store is not safe for Celiacs; however, acquiring the crust still sealed in it’s package is.
Domino’s Pizza has two flavors of stores. There are corporate Domino’s and there are franchise Domino’s. if you have a local franchise, you may be able to speak to someone at that store and purchase the Domino’s Gluten Free crust, still sealed in its packaging. We in no way recommend anyone with celiac disease to order a topped and cooked gluten free pizza from Domino’s. To quote Domino’s:
Domino’s Pizza does not give medical advice. Please contact your physician if you have concerns about consuming this product, knowing the following:
- Pizzas made with Gluten Free Crust are made in a common kitchen. We do not have a separate area in our kitchens that are guaranteed free from gluten.
- While the Gluten Free Crust is certified to be free of gluten, the pizzas made with the Gluten Free Crust use the same ingredients and utensils as all of our other pizzas.
This review is on the crust itself, and only the crust, topped and cooked by us in our own home kitchen.
If obtaining a Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust is not an option for you, you can try our Gluten Free, Nut Free, Grain Free Thick Crust Pizza recipe or if you prefer a chewy thin crust option try our Gluten Free Quinoa Pizza Crust.
In a word, yum. Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust is by far one of our favorite gluten free pizza crusts. Depending on the cooking method, it has slight chewiness to it that isn’t initially expected from a thin style crust, which gives it its own unique texture. We recommend a pizza stone for a super crispy crust or an air bake pan (pizza pan with holes through it) for a crispy crust with some softer chewiness to it. If you prefer a non crispy crust , a regular pizza pan will leave you with a nice soft and chewy (but not gummy) crust. The flavor is in line with most non gluten free thin style crusts and makes for a perfect slice of pie that is not crumbly, gritty, or overly sweet like several of the other crusts we have tried. Another plus is that this crust will stand up to topping more heavily than some other crusts. I would not recommend going overboard with the sauce, but I have loaded them up with multiple meats cheeses and veggies and have had no problems. Our only gripe on this crust is the difficulty of acquiring it. Domino’s should sell this out of their stores and in grocery stores across the U.S.