The sugar content of all Domino’s pizzas ranked. It’s pizza time! In this post, I am going to rank and list the sugar content of all Domino’s pizzas options. That’s right, it is time to find out how much sugar is exactly in your favorite pizza pie. I will also go through some Frequently Asked Questions when it comes to sugar and Domino’s – so you know exactly what to expect if you decide to build-your-own pizza. First and foremost, is there even a lot of sugar in Domino’s Pizza? Let’s find out.
Is There a Lot of Sugar in Domino’s Pizza?
Dominos’ Pizza can be low in sugar. When building your own pizza, the highest sugar toppings are pineapple and BBQ chicken, and the highest sugar sauce is Honey BBQ. The remaining sauces and toppings are low in sugar. The lowest sugar pizza is the Spinach and Feta. The highest sugar pizzas are the Memphis BBQ Chicken, and Honolulu Hawaiian.
Avoiding anything with “BBQ” in the name along with pineapple is the best way of reducing the total sugar content of your Domino’s pizza.
Low Sugar Domino’s Sauces
As a general rule, the Honey BBQ sauce at Domino’s is the highest sugar sauce. Having Honey BBQ sauce on an extra-large Domino’s pizza adds 9g of total sugar per serving (and 54g of sugar to the entire pizza).
The Alfredo and Garlic Parm are the lowest sugar Domino’s sauces – containing 0g of Sugar. These are followed by pizza sauce and hearty marinara.
Does Domino’s Pizza Sauce Have Sugar In it?
Domino’s pizza sauce does contain sugar. The serving size of Domino’s pizza sauce contains up to 3g of total sugar. A lot of this sugar is, however, naturally occurring from tomatoes. The serving size of Domino’s pizza sauce only contains up to 1g of added sugar.
Sugar Content of Domino’s Toppings
Most Domino’s toppings contain 0g of sugar, even when added to an extra-large pizza. The following toppings add very small amounts of sugar (e.g., 1g to the serving size). These are:
- Green peppers
- Hot banana peppers
- Philly meat
- Diced tomatoes
Pineapple is the highest sugar topping at Domino’s – adding up to 4g of sugar to a serving. Although it is worth bearing in mind that most of this sugar is naturally occurring in the pineapple (although a small amount of sugar is added).
The other higher sugar topping to watch out for at Domino’s is BBQ chicken. This is all added sugar from the BBQ sauce – adding BBQ chicken to an extra-large pizza will add 18g of added sugar to your pizza.
As a general rule, if you are watching your sugar content, avoid anything with the word BBQ in at Domino’s.
Domino’s Toppings That Contain Added Sugar
Only three toppings at Domino’s contain added sugar. These three toppings are:
- BBQ Chicken
How Much Sugar is in a Slice of Domino’s Pizza?
Below is a table that sets out the sugar content per serving size (1/4 of a small specialty pizza at Domino’s.
|Domino’s Specialty Pizza
|Spinach And Feta
|Philly Cheese Steak
|Cali Chicken Bacon Ranch
|Wisconsin 6 Cheese
|Memphis BBQ Chicken
How Much Sugar is in a Large Domino’s Pizza?
Below is a table detailing the sugar content for each large-size pizza at Domino’s.
|Domino’s Specialty Pizza
|Sugar In A Large Pizza
|Cali chicken bacon ranch
|Philly cheese steak
|Wisconsin 6 cheese
|Memphis BBQ chicken
The Sugar Content of All Domino’s Specialty Pizzas Ranked
Below I have ranked all the Domino’s pizzas in terms of total sugar per serving size. It is worth knowing that this is total sugar content – a lot of the sugar is naturally occurring sugar from ingredients.
As a general rule, with the exception of the Memphis BBQ Chicken pizza, most pizzas at Domino’s only contain 1g-2g of added sugar per serving size.
1. Spinach and Feta – 2g-3g of Sugar Per Serving
Spinach and Feta is the lowest sugar pizza at Domino’s. Spinach is simply one of the best pizza toppings – in my opinion! The serving size of Domino’s spinach & feta pizza only contains 2g-3g of sugar.
2. Buffalo Chicken – 2g-3g of Sugar Per Serving
Buffalo chicken is the second lowest sugar pizza at Domino’s clocking in at 2g-3g of sugar per serving.
3. Philly Cheese Steak- 3g of Sugar Per Serving
Philly Steak is a lower-sugar pizza option at Domino’s – with 3g of sugar per serving.
4. Cali Chicken Bacon Ranch – 3g of Sugar Per Serving
If you love a chicken bacon combo, then it’s good to know the Cali Chicken Bacon Ranch pizza at Domino’s contains 3g of sugar per serving.
5. Chicken Taco – 3g of Sugar Per Serving
If you prefer your chicken taco style on a pizza, then rest assured a serving of Domino’s chicken taco pizza contains 3g of sugar. This pizza is topped with American cheese, taco seasoning, grilled chicken, onions, peppers, tomatoes, provolone cheese, and cheddar cheese.
6. Pacific Veggie – 3g-4g of Sugar Per Serving
If veggies are your number one topping (veggies are 100% my favorite pizza topping) then it’s great to know a serving of Pacific Veggie pizza at Domino’s contains 3g-4g of sugar depending on the pizza size.
7. Ultimate Pepperoni – 3g-4g of Sugar Per Serving
Is pepperoni pizza your pizza of choice? There are 3g-4g of sugar per serving of Domino’s pepperoni pizza.
8. Wisconsin 6 Cheese – 3g-4g of Sugar Per Serving
Are you all about cheese when it comes to pizza? The Wisconsin 6 cheese pizza at Domino’s contains 3g-4g of sugar per serving.
9. MeatZZa – 3g-4g of Sugar Per Serving
Are you all about meat when it comes to pizza? The meatZZa pizza at Domino’s contains 3g-4g of sugar per serving.
10. ExtravaganZZa – 4g-5g of Sugar Per Serving
The extravaganZZa pizza at Domino’s is topped with pepperoni, ham, Italian sausage, beef, onions, peppers, mushrooms, and olives. A serving contains 4g-5g of sugar.
11. Cheeseburger – 4g-5g of Sugar Per Serving
Before we dig into the sugar content, what even is the cheeseburger pizza at Domino’s? The cheeseburger pizza is made up of American cheese, ketchup mustard sauce, beef, onions, tomatoes, shredded provolone, and cheddar cheese. A serving of the cheeseburger pizza contains 4g-5g of sugar. A lot of this sugar will be coming from the ketchup sauce
12. Deluxe – 4g-5g of Sugar Per Serving
The Deluxe pizza at Domino’s is topped with pepperoni, Italian sausage, mushrooms, green peppers, onions, and tomato sauce. A serving size contains 4g-5g of sugar.
13. Honolulu Hawaiian – 5g-6g of Sugar Per Serving
The Honolulu Hawaiian pizza is one of the highest sugar pizzas at Domino’s. There are 5g-6g of sugar per serving on Honolulu Hawaiian pizza from Domino’s. It is worth bearing in mind though that a lot of this sugar is naturally occurring from the pineapple and not added (although sugar is added to the pineapple).
14. Memphis BBQ Chicken – 7g-9g of Sugar Per Serving
The Memphis chicken pizza at Domino’s is the highest sugar specialty pizza. This makes sense seeing as it is topped with two of the highest sugar toppings on it – honey BBQ and BBQ chicken. A serving contains 7g-9g of sugar.
The Sugar Content of All Domino’s Pizzas Ranked – The Final Bite
The sugar content of all Domino’s Pizzas Ranked. What have we learned from the above? Well, first, I was surprised at the sugar content of pizzas servings. I was expecting them to be a lot higher than they were. Secondly, anything BBQ-based, or pineapple based is going to be the highest sugar option. If you want to keep the sugar content down, then you are best going for a spinach and feta pizza. Or switch up the BBQ chicken for Buffalo Chicken which comes in only at 2g-3g of sugar compared to 7g-9g for the BBQ chicken.
Ingredients and/or manufacturing processes may change. Always double-check ingredient lists and nutritional information before purchasing any food items.
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