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Behind the Scenes with a Dough Ball

One of the more well-known facts about pizza making (and consumption) is that a great pizza starts with a really darn good crust. And another well-known follow-up fact is that making pizza dough is not a quick process. Or is it?


Ultimo dough balls are..

Natural rising process in your refrigerator for premium flavor

Frozen dough eliminates lengthy mixing time

Create anything from breadsticks to pizza crust

Fresh taste and aroma with consistency and ease of use


Ultimo dough balls make your life easier from start to finish.

Now the only decision you’ll have left to make is what to do with all your free time!

Allow us, for a moment, to draw an easy comparison:

Common Steps Taken when Making Dough from Scratch:

  1. Dissolve yeast in warm water.
  2. Add in all other ingredients.
  3. Stir until a sticky dough is formed.
  4. Knead dough.
  5. Place dough in a warm, well-oiled place to rise.
  6. Let dough rise for several hours.

Steps to Using one of our Ultimo Dough Balls:

  1. Remove dough ball from freezer.
  2. Let thaw overnight.
  3. Use dough (with amazing results).

If our math is correct, using Ultimo dough balls saves you half the steps. Right? Ultimo frozen dough balls offer premium flavor developed during the natural rising process in your refrigerator or retarder. Simply thaw the dough overnight, then stretch, top, and bake for deliciously easy pizza, breadsticks, calzones or stromboli. Our dough is frozen fresh for the superior quality and flavor of made-from- scratch dough with the added consistency and convenience of a premade product. Dough balls offer homemade taste and hand-tossed appearance without sacrificing time or consistency. And, our Ultimo dough balls are offered in sizes ranging from 8 to 24 ounces – perfect for multiple applications.


So what happened to those 3 steps?

Although we eliminated you three steps, here are the steps that same dough ball went through before it arrived at your doorstep.


Ultimo Dough Balls