Each package holds four (4) full-size round sheets of made-from-scratch potato lefse. That's 24 sheets of lefse.
We've searched the region to find the best lefse just for you. You'll get that extra hug when you serve this lefse for Thanksgiving and Christmas (and everyday in between!).
Order early for the holidays! This is the best lefse around. This lefse is made at a small town lefse bakery where the bakers have been dedicated to the finest lefse for many years. It can be kept in the refrigerator for several weeks and for many months in the freezer. We recommend that you freeze the lefse in a cardboard box to help protect its freshness.
This lefse is made from fresh potatoes and grilled the old-fashioned way--just like Grandma's. Spread your lefse with fruit preserves, cream cheese, or just plain butter. Many folks like to eat lefse with butter and sugar or butter and brown sugar and cinnamon. It is up to you and your family tradition. Or, start a new tradition!
Lefse--24 Sheets of large round, potato lefse that is fresh and made-from-scratch. Caution: Allergens for soy and wheat.
The Georgia Southern BelleMy wife bought me a the deluxe lefse set with the Teflon griddle, wide stick, rolling pin w/cover, rolling sheet -- just the whole deal. The last time I made lefse was about 15 years ago with my ex-wife and we had a real challenge. With the new griddle, our first batch of lefse was edible.
The second batch a week ago was almost as good-as-grandma's. We could see the print on the rolling cloth the lefse was so thin, easily flopped on griddle, and in about 1 minute it bubbled up. She flipped it over with her stick, and the lefse was perfect.
We are really happy with our purchase -- $290 with free shipping. It was a great Christmas present for me and we have both had fun making lefse.
Excellent quality, well made, flawless baking, a great product.
Lots of fond memories of helping my Grandma (from Norway) make lefse every November. We made enough so that we could freeze some for Christmas. My Dad was instrumental in developing and manufacturing of the electric lefse grill that is now sold on this site. My sister makes lefse and I make the krumkake. One hint on krumkake. We went to the lumber yard & bought a stick of dowling that is approximately the same diameter as a nickel. We cut it in 6 inch sections. My krumkake iron is double so help is needed when rolling them. No, I don't make the stinky lutefisk!