Mellow Mushroom Gluten Free Menu

Hey California Pizza Kitchen, you should follow in the paths of Mellow Mushroom and Uno’s Chicago Grill and try to introduce a gluten-free pizza. (UPDATE.. California Pizza Kitchen does finally!)

Just saying.

But before I jump right on in to the Mellow Mushroom gluten free menu, I do want to leave you with one vital tip.

Be sure to order the 12” Gluten-Free Pizza Dough

That is all. Enjoy!

Mellow Mushroom Gluten Free Menu

Specialty Pies aka Pizza

  • House Special
  • Gourmet White
  • Mighty Meaty
  • Veg Out
  • Kosmic Karma
  • Cheese Pizza

Build Your Own/Add Your Favorite Gluten-Free Ingredients

  • Bases/Sauces: Red Sauce, Olive Oil, Olive Garlic, Garlic, Pest
  • Veggies: black olives, green peppers, button mushrooms, onions, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, fresh tomatoes
  • Cheeses: mozzarella, feta, provolone, vegan chese (daiya)
  • Proteins: bacon, ground beef, ham, Italian sausage, pepperoni

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  1. Christina G says

    We love Mellow Mushroom in the Denver area…I wish we had one in KC! It’s delicious and we’ve had no issues.

    Beaux Jo’s is also very good!

  2. Keith says

    Just because the staff pats themselves on the back for being properly trained on how to handle GF items, doesn’t mean the guy in the back is fallowing that training. I ordered two GF pizzas last night. I witnessed as a the guy in the back in the “clean” area stacked ( on the ground which is disgusting enough) and touched several trays of regular dough he pulled from the freezer. He then, without changing his gloves or apron, pulled, cut and boxes my pizzas. When I confronted the manager she rudely informed me that her staff has been trained properly and I must have missed him changing. I gave her the benefit of the doubt. So I went home and ate half of one the pizzas for dinner last night. I spent the entire night making trips from my bed to the bathroom and still feel like my insides are flipping. Save yourself, don’t pay $20 for a pizza. Buy Udi’s GF pizza crusts and make your own pizza. Training doesn’t do anything if the pot head punk kid in the back doesn’t care or understand the discomfort he can cause someone.

    • says

      I totally agree with you, Keith! People do not realize the discomfort and the mental disturbunts, even how cross contamination can effect Ppl with Celiac! I Believe If You Are Goin To Advertise Our Products Are Gleuten Free, They Should Be Well Educated On The Matter! , Or Just Not Bother With It! I Give You Prompts, Cuz I Probably Would Have Varied It Farther, Becuz I Get Deathly Sick! Wishin You Well In Life!


  3. John Wisniewski says

    Not at all impressed with Mellow Mushroom. They talk a good story, but product is lousy and way over-priced. They use pre-made crusts similar to store bought( CARDBOARD ) andjustify price for our safety. I also witnessed cross-contamination issues.

  4. Sara says

    My sister and I shared a gf pizz at Mellow Mushroom. While the others at our table ate a (non-gf) cheesy loaded up pizza we had a pizza that had some cheese and a very few veggies-and we paid a lot more! I was so disappointed and have never gone back! It was hard watching others eat the pizza I really wanted. Now granted that was 2 years ago-but they were very proud of their pitiful pizza and not sure if anything has changed since then. Hey restaurants!!!Just because we don’t eat gluten doesn’t mean we are so grateful to have anything that we gladly pay overinflated prices just to have something to put in our mouths!!!

  5. says

    I have had problems there with cross-contamination with both gluten and lactose. Much like Dominos, who at least admit they have cross-contamination issues, there is too much flour floating around in the kitchen and too many employees who don’t care about cross contamination.

  6. Bob says

    Waiting for an answer from corporate as to why the gluten-free pizza we had in Pensacola, FL in May 2015 had a very tasty crust and the gluten-free pizza we had a store in Centennial, CO in June 2015 had a terrible crust that in no way reminded us of the good one we had in Florida. The store in Florida told us that their former gluten-free crust was really bad, but that they replaced it with the good one. I assume the Colorado store we ate at still used the “old” crust.

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