Papa John's Gluten Free Menu Prices

Find Papa John's Gluten Free Menu Prices & Allergy Information

Papa John’s Gluten-Free menu has what may be the strangest thing we’ve ever seen come out of a restaurant attempting to serve gluten-free patrons we’ve ever seen. A gluten-free pizza that their website recommends those with gluten sensitivity not eat. We’re not sure how that adds up, but it’s still the best option available for those who are looking for a gluten-free option from the famous Pizza chain. Mostly it plays off as a legal cover for incidents where the pizza comes into content with gluten during preparation.

Below you’ll find their (almost?) gluten-free menu in its entirety:



Roasted Wings6 pc$6.00
Roasted Wings8 pc$7.00
Roasted Wings16 pc$14.00
Honey Chipotle Wings6 pc$6.00
Honey Chipotle Wings8 pc$7.00
Honey Chipotle Wings16 pc$14.00
Buffalo Wings6 pc$6.00
Buffalo Wings8 pc$7.00
Buffalo Wings16 pc$14.00
BBQ Wings6 pc$6.00
BBQ Wings8 pc$7.00
BBQ Wings16 pc$14.00


Garlic Dipping Sauce$0.50
Pizza Dipping Sauce$0.50
Cheese Dipping Sauce$0.50
Ranch Dipping Sauce$0.50
Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce$0.50
Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce$0.50
BBQ Dipping Sauce$0.50
Buffalo Dipping Sauce$0.50
Crushed Red Pepper Packet$0.50
Parmesan Cheese Packet$0.50

Popular Gluten Free Items at Papa John’s

One good side to this odd sort of gluten-free offering is that it essentially makes every pizza on their menu available to the gluten-free consumer. Ultimately while the business suggests that its gluten-free pizza isn’t safe for those with severe gluten allergies or celiac disease, we still feel that it’s understandable and a decent choice in the face of limited options. It’s a matter of being aware that your pepperoni gluten-free pizza may not quite be gluten-free due to transfer.

You’ll find their most popular selections below:

Pepperoni Pizza (With Gluten-Free Crust)

What’s a pizza experience if you can’t enjoy a classic? Pepperoni pizza is one of the most consumed pizzas in the world in all its forms. Rich with their delicious house pizza sauce and a layer of ooey-gooey cheese, the scattering of pepperoni on top brings all the classic flavors to this gluten-free dish.

Get a small for $9.00, a medium for $11.25, large for $13.50, extra-large for $15.75

Sausage Pizza (with Gluten-Free Crust)

Another basic offering from their menu that is the favorite of a broad variety of pizza fans, the sausage pizza. This pizza brings Papa John’s house Italian Sausage together with all the traditional ingredients their pizzas offer, including savory pizza sauce and a luxuriant layer of delicious cheese.

Get a small for $9.00, a medium for $11.25, large for $13.50, extra-large for $15.75

John’s Favorite Pizza (With Gluten-Free Crust)

You don’t start a pizza place without being a pizza fan, and Papa John’s was no exception. He would frequently put together a sausage and pepperoni pizza made with a heavy helping of six-kinds of cheese, including Fontina, Parmesan, Provolone, Asiago, Romano, and of course Mozzarella.

Get a small for $13.00, a medium for $15.00, a large for $17.00, or an extra -large for $19.00

Buffalo Chicken Pizza (With Gluten-Free Crust)

Buffalo Chicken is one of those flavors that we can’t seem to get enough of, and we’re extremely excited to have it showing up on pizza menus. The fact that Papa John’s offers a spicy buffalo chicken pizza in a gluten-free configuration is enough to make us cheer the restaurant’s efforts, all weirdnesses aside.

Get a small for $13.00, a medium for $15.00, a large for $17.00, or an extra -large for $19.00

Enjoy Papa John’s Gluten Free Offering

Papa John’s may have the strangest offering in the gluten-free menu industry, but they have made a solid attempt to ensure that all their customers can continue to enjoy the pizza they put out into the world. Every year thousands of gluten-sensitive customers get to enjoy the taste of a rich and flavorful gluten-free pizza because Papa John’s was dedicated to ensuring these people didn’t have to go without. In a world of so much delicious pizza, that would have been a tragedy, don’t you agree?