Making lefse seems straight forward, but it’s truly an art form. Many different and subtle twists to the basic potatoes, flour, butter and other lefse ingredients must be considered. Everyone adds their own little secret approach to making lefse. The world famous American food writer James Beard promoted a recipe with corn syrup, buttermilk, and cardamon. We like a lot of the lefse recipes, but the one we prefer the most is our Aunt Charlotte’s. Please view our favorite lefse recipe or purchase a sample of our homemade lefse!
Lefse plays an important role in Scandinavian tradition. During the holiday season no meal is complete without a plate of buttered lefse.
Also, find the best recipes for many of your favorite Norwegian foods here at Lefse Time. How about an aebelskiver recipe, almond cake recipe, krumkake recipe, rosette recipe, sandbakkel recipe, glogg recipe, goro recipe, or Norwegian waffle recipe. We are always adding new and more recipes. Do you have a family favorite you’d like to share? Be sure to send us an email of your favorite Scandinavian recipe, any special instructions and we love to hear the story that goes with it too!