Last Update in January 2022! Domino’s Pizza is one of the largest pizza chains with thousands of locations worldwide. They rebranded to just Domino’s several years ago since they now offer much more than pizza. Not to mention, single names seem to be the trend lately (just ask Jamba and Dunkin’). No matter what you call them, this pizza institution has quite a few dairy-free options! We’ve outlined all of the choices below, including custom order and build-your-own notes. This U.S. and Canadian guide also covers vegan needs, and includes allergen notes.
Domino’s Dairy-Free Menu Guide with Allergen Notes & Vegan Options
Vegan & Allergen Notes: All of the non-meat options listed below are reportedly vegan-friendly. According to our most recent review, all of the non-dairy items below are also egg-free, nut-free, and peanut-free by ingredients. Items containing wheat and/or soy are noted.
- Boneless Chicken (contains wheat)
- Plain Chicken Wings
- Honey BBQ Chicken Wings
- Hot Buffalo Chicken Wings
- Sweet Mango Habenero Chicken Wings
Heads up! All of the Specialty Chicken Bites contain milk. You can technically custom order them without milk, but then they’re basically the boneless chicken with sauce. Where available, the Mild Buffalo Chicken Wings also contain milk.
Dipping Sauces & Cups
- Garlic (contains soy)
- Honey BBQ
- Hot Buffalo
- Marinara Sauce
- Sweet Mango Habanero
Heads Up! The Sweet Icing and Ranch Dipping Cups do contain milk. (In Canada, the Sweet Icing might be dairy-free). Where available, the Mild Buffalo Sauce also contains milk (it is listed incorrectly on their allergen chart as milk-free).
Heads Up! Domino’s has not introduced a dairy-free cheese alternative in North America yet, so all pizzas must be custom ordered without cheese. See the lists below for all custom order options.
- Gluten-Free Crust
- Thin Crust (contains soy, wheat)
- Phase Oil / Pan Spray (contains soy)
Heads Up! The Brooklyn-Style, Handmade Pan, Hand Tossed, and Whole Grain (Canada only) pizza crusts each contain dairy.
- Robust Inspired Tomato Sauce / Classic Pizza Sauce (contains soy)
- Honey BBQ Sauce
Heads Up! The Hearty Marinara Sauce, Alfredo Sauce, Garlic Parmesan Sauce, and Ranch Sauce at Domino’s all contain milk.
- Anchovies (contains soy)
- BBQ Chicken with Sauce (See Note Below; contains soy)
- Italian Sausage
- Philly Meat (contains soy)
Heads Up! The Premium Grilled Chicken and Chorizo at Domino’s do contain milk. The Premium Grilled Chicken is often used on Domino’s BBQ Chicken pizza. The BBQ Chicken with Sauce seems to have limited availability. So use caution and inquire before ordering any chicken toppings. In Canada, the Grilled Chicken topping is made without milk, but the Donair Sauce used on their Donair Meat contains milk.
- Banana Peppers
- Black Olives
- Crushed Red Pepper
- Garlic & Herb Shake-on (contains soy)
- Green Chile Peppers
- Green Peppers
- Green Olives
- Hamburger Dill Chips
- Jalapeno Peppers
- Oregano Blend Shake-on
- Roasted Red Peppers
Heads Up! Domino’s has a Garlic Oil Blend that contains parmesan cheese. Make sure it isn’t brushed on your pizza. Their Phase Oil / Butter Flavored Oil does not contain milk.
Breads, Dips, and Desserts
- Baked Apple Dip
Heads Up! All of the Bread Twists and Sticks at Domino’s Pizza are made with their Pan Dough (U.S.) or Hand Tossed Dough (Canada), so they can’t be ordered without milk.
- Italian (no cheese)
- Mediterranean Veggie (no cheese)
- Philly Steak (no cheese)
Heads Up! The Sandwich Bread at Domino’s is dairy-free, and so is their Butter Flavored Oil (Phase Oil), but some locations also have Hoagies, and their Hoagie Bread does contain milk. The Grilled Chicken used on their sandwiches also contains milk.
- Classic Garden (no cheese, no croutons)
Dairy-Free Salad Dressings: Balsamic (contains soy), Fat-Free Raspberry, Italian, Kraft Catalina
Heads Up! Domino’s lists their croutons as containing milk, but according to their ingredients, the Brioche Garlic Croutons do not contain milk. Check the ingredients at your location to see what is available.
Heads Up! Both the Hearty Marinara Sauce and Alfredo Sauce contain milk. So if you really want pasta, you’ll need to speak with a staff member to custom order another sauce option. Use the pizza sauce and topping guides above.
U.K. and Australia Domino’s
This guide is for the U.S., and has notes for some differences in Canada. Options vary in the U.K. and Australia, where dairy-free cheese and vegan meat toppings are available.
This Post is for Informational Purposes Only
Menus, ingredients, kitchen procedures, management, food sourcing, and restaurant protocols are subject to change at any time. Always read the menu and discuss your dietary needs with the staff before ordering. Make sure they can accommodate your situation. This post is for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as advice.
There is always a risk for potential cross-contamination of allergens in any commercial kitchen. If cross-contamination is an issue for you, always speak with the manager to ensure that your meal can be safely prepared. Listings here do not guarantee that a restaurant is safe enough for your individual needs. Only you can make that decision.
Each location of a chain restaurant has different management and staff, and some might have different owners. This means differences in processes, ingredients used, menu options, and food sourcing can occur. Always verify the safety of your order for your needs at your current location.
Where to Find
Domino’s Pizza has over 17,000 locations worldwide, with a heavy concentration in the U.S. and Canada. See the websites below for addresses, hours, and online ordering.
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What about butter?
Isn’t butter a concern for dairy free? Are you saying there is no butter in their pizza dough or toppings?
Response from Go Dairy Free
Yes, butter is a concern for dairy-free. According to Domino’s, there is no dairy (including no butter) in the items listed above. I’ve honestly never seen butter used in pizza dough, though I’m sure it could happen.
Remember to ask them to hold the seasoning on the crust if you want it dairy free. Otherwise a great way to have dairy free pizza.
Response from Go Dairy Free
I’m not sure what seasoning you are referring to, but their Oregano Blend Shake-On, that is sometimes referred to as seasoning, is made without dairy. It’s on the topping list above. If you are referring to something else that is new, please send us an email -> https://www.godairyfree.org/contact-us
I order my pizza without cheese. Have never had a problem with stray cheese finding its way on my pizza. Personally, I don’t want fake cheese, processed garbage, on my pizza. The crafters often mention how beautiful my veggie, no-cheese pizza is.
Dairy free cheese please
You get 5 stars when your pizza offers dairy free cheese for my kid and myself. We are hoping to finally find that place that offers us “normal” pizza in every other way. Too many dairy free pizzas are gluten free or cauliflower crust. It’s bad enough for a 12yo to learn he can never have dairy again and give up your pizza along with the cheese.
We welcome you to experiment with dairy free cheeses. We will try every new one you offer.