Here is the complete Little Caesars gluten-free menu. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to get any pizza, and there isn’t much else either. Little Caesars, doesn’t claim that any of their food is gluten-free, but they do provide a list of the allergens present in their specific food items.
We’ve listed the items below that do not contain wheat, but they still may come in contact with gluten, as most of the food made by Little Caesars does contain wheat. If you’re looking to avoid gluten but aren’t allergic, you could get some hot wings and dipping sauce.
Little Caesars Gluten-Free Menu 2021
We’ve heard that some Little Caesars locations are now offering a gluten-free crust option. This is entirely up to the franchise owner. However, we don’t recommend eating here if you’re trying to eat gluten-free. The reason is that unless they have a gluten-free option across all their chains, the cross-contamination will most likely be very bad. This is because they won’t have strict precautions and rules in place.
HOT‐N‐READY® Caesar Wings®
- Oven Roasted
- Buffalo Mild
- Buffalo Hot
- Spicy BBQ
- Garlic Parmesan
- Lemon Pepper
Warning: I personally got sick when I tried their wings. Like all fast food places, you need to be very careful. Many don’t take any precautions for cross-contamination.
- Cheesy Jalapeño
- Buffalo Ranch
Note: the Buttery Garlic, unlike some places might say, is not gluten-free, it contains barley.
Little Caesars History
Little Caesars is a global pizza chain that was founded by Mike Ilitch and Marian Bayoff. The two first met on a blind date that was arranged by Mike’s dad and within a few months time they were already married. The restaurant chain has approximately 90,000 employees, including a sales net worth of $1.78 billion. In 1959, they invested their life savings into the first pizza joint in Garden City, Michigan, a small neighborhood in Detroit. Marian recorded the first company sales on a spiral notepad.
By 1962, Little Caesars had already opened their first franchise in Warren, Michigan. This decision to expand their portfolio through franchising paved the way for the restaurant to become the biggest carryout only pizza chain in the United States and internationally. Seven years later, they opened their 50th restaurant and also launched their first international store in Canada. Today, the company has locations in all American states and 18 global markets as well. This rapid growth can be attributed to Mike and Marian’s motto of considering all employees as part of the Little Caesars family. In fact, Marian once said she considers Little Caesars her 8th child.
In the early 90s, their sales surpassed the industry’s average rate by 24%, making them one of the decade’s most successful fast food companies. However, 1995 was a particularly successful year for them following the introduction of their stuffed crust pizza where their revenues peaked at over $1.1 billion. They also received a Volunteer Action Award from President George H.W. Bush, this thanks to their project called The Little Caesars Love Kitchen. A few years later, they got a similar award from President Bill Clinton.
In 2014, Little Caesars announced plans to build a new headquarters dubbed the Global Resource Center which would double the size of their existing office space. As the company continues expanding globally, competition has also increased but so has access to millions of customers and admirers all around the world.
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Little Caesars Gluten-Free Menu
Little Caesars really hasn’t made an effort to provide any food that is gluten-free. Technically, some of their hot wings don’t contain wheat and might be safe to eat for some, but we wouldn’t recommend eating here.
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