Are Domino’s Wings Gluten Free? (& GF Dominos List)

Last Updated on June 1, 2022

Today, we’re going to be answering the question: are Domino’s wings gluten free? And taking a look at which of the food at Domino’s is safe to consume when following a gluten-free diet. Domino’s is one of the most popular fast-food chains worldwide, and it’s not difficult to see why. They offer delicious pizzas and sides, at affordable prices. But are they gluten-free? Do they offer any gluten-free options? Let’s take a closer look.

What Is Domino’s?

Wherever you are in the world, you’ll likely already be familiar with Domino’s. No, we’re not talking about the children’s game – we’re, of course, talking about Domino’s pizza. Domino’s is a fast-food restaurant that’s currently available in a staggering 83 countries, with over 15,000 stores worldwide. Domino’s Pizza has been around for over 60 years and it’s a household favorite when it comes to takeout pizza.

Are Domino’s Wings Gluten Free?

The answer is some. If you’ve taken a look at the menu, you’ll know that there’s a huge selection of wings and boneless bites. While some of them do not contain any gluten, this is not the case for all of the wings available, so it’s always best to check the allergens for the most up-to-date information.

At the time of this article, the following wings are free from any gluten ingredients:


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All other wings and boneless bites are not suitable for a gluten-free diet. The selection of boneless bites available is breaded, which is almost always unsafe for gluten-free life. However, there’s a huge range of gluten-free offerings at Domino’s.

Do Domino’s Make Gluten Free Pizza?

Absolutely! Domino’s not only has a selection of gluten-free sides, but they also have gluten-free pizza available too! The frustrating part, however, is that they only currently offer one size: small. This 10″ pizza is free from rye, barley, and wheat and contains less than 20ppm of gluten (which is the legally safe limit for those with celiac disease).

One thing you need to keep in mind though is that most Domino’s kitchens are small and extremely busy. While Domino’s do clean their kitchens often, there’s always a chance of cross-contact with gluten, as their kitchens handle gluten products so often. If you’re celiac or particularly sensitive, they advise letting the store know when you make your order.

You can find out more about their gluten-free pizza offerings here.

Gluten Free Foods At Domino’s

The following items at Domino’s do not contain any gluten ingredients and are considered safe for a gluten-free diet. However, always be wary of cross-contact at Domino’s and always make your server aware of the severity of your intolerance when ordering so they can be as cautious as possible when preparing your order.


  • Gluten-free pizza crust (10″ – small)


  • bacon
  • beef
  • chorizo
  • American cheese
  • cheddar cheese
  • feta cheese
  • banana peppers
  • bacon
  • anchovies
  • black olives
  • pepperoni
  • mushrooms
  • onions
  • Italian sausage
  • hot sauce
  • ham
  • grilled chicken
  • garlic
  • green olives
  • green peppers
  • salami
  • spinach
  • pineapple
  • green chili peppers
  • hot sauce
  • tomatoes
  • Philly steak
  • pepperoncini
  • parmesan cheese
  • jalapeno peppers
  • sweet mango habanero
  • provolone cheese


  • hearty marinara
  • bbq sauce
  • garlic parmesan
  • tomato sauce


  • sweet mango habanero chicken wings
  • plain chicken wings
  • hot chicken wings
  • bbq chicken wings
  • garden salad
  • chicken apple pecan salad
  • roasted red peppers


  • garlic
  • garlic and herb
  • cornmeal
  • garlic oil
  • bbq dipping cup
  • blue cheese dipping cup
  • bbq red sauce
  • bbq brown sauce
  • balsamic dressing
  • blue cheese sauce
  • ranch
  • ranch dipping cup
  • phase oil
  • Caesar dressing
  • marinara dipping sauce
  • oregano shake on
  • Italian dressing
  • sweet icing dipping cup
  • sweet mango habanero dipping cup
  • kicker hot dipping cup
  • mild wing sauce
  • hot wing sauce
  • fire wing sauce
  • fat-free raspberry dressing


I hope this article has helped to answer the question: are Domino’s wings gluten-free? And helped you to identify which foods are safe to consume at Domino’s. Thankfully, we can eat relatively easy at Domino’s, which can’t be said for many other fast-food restaurants. We can hope that in the future other companies follow suit and more gluten-free options become available.

What’s your go-to order when visiting Domino’s? For me, you can’t go wrong with a double pepperoni on a gluten-free base. Please feel free to let me know in the comments below. Sharing is caring!

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What Items are Gluten Free at Dominos?

From pizzas to sides, there are a huge selection of gluten free foods available at Domino's. Take a look at the extensive guide in this post to find out what you can enjoy when following a gluten free diet. Many of the toppings are gluten free and safe on Domino's gluten free base. They even have several sides and dipping sauces available to choose from too.

Is Domino’s Pizza Really Gluten Free?

Yes. Domino's gluten free crust has been tested and contains less than 20ppm, which is the legally safe limit. However, due to the environment of where the food is made, it may come into contact with gluten. Because of this, it's always best to make your server aware of any allergies you have when ordering.

Do Chicken Wings Have Gluten?

Chicken wings can contain gluten and there are a few chicken wings at Domino's that contain gluten. However, most of the wings at Domino's are gluten free and can be enjoyed safely. 

What is Domino’s Gluten Free Pizza Crust Made of?

You may be wondering what the infamous Domino's gluten free pizza crust is made of. The main ingredient in the pizza crust is their gluten free flour blend. This blend consists of white rice flour, potato flour and brown rice flour. Of course, they aren't just the only ingredients in this base. It also has honey, salt, yeast, water and oil. The good news is that this pizza crust is also suitable for those living a dairy free lifestyle too!