Lefse Making Equipment

  • The traditional aluminum lefse grill from Bethany Housewares. This grill is made of heavy cast aluminum that's perfect for making lefse. The grill is 16" in diameter and heats from 100 degrees up to 500 degrees. The grill features heat-resistant legs and hardwood handles and can be immersed in water for cleaning. This is the lefse grill that Grandma had! Lefse Time is often asked which grill is better for lefse. Here are a couple of quick points on the aluminum grill. If you plan to only make lefse with your grill the aluminum is a great choice. To season: before making your first lefse, rub a tablespoon of flour onto the grill. Plugin and heat until the flour begins to brown and wipe excess off with a dry cloth. You're now ready to cook!
  • Bethany Heritage Lefse Grill in non-stick Teflon finish. This grill makes great lefse but also can make pancakes, grilled sandwiches or fry a burger. The grill is 16" round and will heat from 100 degrees to 500 degrees. The grill features heat-resistant legs and hardwood handles and can be immersed in water for cleaning. Lefse Time is often asked which grill is better for lefse. Here are a couple of quick points on the non-stick grill. If you would like to use your lefse grill for more than just making lefse this is your choice. You do not need to prep this grill before cooking lefse. Use only plastic or wooden utensils, do not cut food on the grill surface, do not use coarse scratch pads to clean your grill. This grill is also great for making injera. 1-year manufacturer's warranty.
  • We have received some Factory Seconds from Bethany Housewares, Inc All items are new and in working conditon, small blemishes may be on the surface of the grill but these do not affect the use of the unit. Rolling pins may have a small divot & the pastry cloth print may be smudged or distorted.   Supplies are limited & varies. No Free shipping or additional discounts apply. Please call for current items available. 608-687-4299 or email info@lefsetime.com  
  • Flour Dredger.
  • Lefse Time is frequently asked which ricer we carry is better, the answer is "it depends".
  • "Lefse is Beautiful" apron. Well it is! Lefse sheets are like snowflakes, no two are alike but they are all beautiful...and delicious! This makes the perfect gift for the lefse maker who has everything. Made of the same heavy preshrunk cotton used for our lefse cozies. Universal size fits everyone. Features 2 pockets, approx 33" long.
  • Lefse Apron - Children's size
  • Lefse cozies are used to place your lefse on after it has been cooked. Lay one on the counter, stack your lefse (10 - 12 rounds) on top and cover with the other one. Then it's best to move your covered stack somewhere to cool completely before packaging. Keeping the lefse covered will help it from drying out before packaging. "Lefse is Beautiful" screened one cozy, the other blank. When laundering, be sure to use unscented detergent and no dryer sheets. Includes 2 cozies. Approx. 21" in diameter. 100% heavyweight cotton.
  • "Lefse is Beautiful" hot pad. When working with 500 degree lefse grills, it's good to have a hot pad around. Works well for a trivet too. Preshrunk cotton, approx 8 1/4" x8 1/4" with a loop for hanging.
  • Traditional corrugated lefse rolling pin for making potato lefse. The pin needed to make those authentic markings on your lefse rounds! Why use a corrugated rolling pin? Believe it or not, it helps to push your lefse dough out, getting it thinner and thinner. Be sure to prep your corrugated rolling pin with flour (pack in all the grooves) between each sheet of lefse you roll. Some lefse cooks like to use rolling pin covers with corrugated pins. Made from hardwoods. 2 3/4" x 17 1/4". Easy-rolling action. Dust out all the flour with a stiff-bristled brush before washing in warm soapy water, allow to air dry completely.
  • Our most popular lefse turning stick and preferred in our Lefse Time kitchen. We have found that the extra width is a bit more user-friendly. Tapered edges slide easily under lefse for transfer from pastry cloth to grill. Some lefse cooks like to use 2 sticks, one for moving the lefse from the pastry cloth to grill and one for turning on the grill. But what we have found works best is there is one for everybody...then there's no fighting and you can practice your sword fighting skills! The handle has a burned rosemale and hole for hanging. 1.5" wide, 24" long. Wipe with a damp cloth and air dry completely.
  • Beautiful lefse turning stick with red painted handle and rosemaling design. This is the traditional size used for lefse turning, you know, like the one Grandma used to use. Of course, there are a lot of Grandma's out there that were pretty resourceful and used whittled down roller shade laths too. Hardwood stick has tapered edges that slide easily under your 'oh so thin' lefse sheets. It also has a hole drilled through the handle for hanging. 7/8" wide, 24" long. Wipe with a damp cloth and air dry completely.
  • This is the same 1 1/2" stick we carry but comes with a protective sheath. The sheath is made from heavy cotton with red trim. The sheath is nice for storing your stick between lefse making sessions. It helps prevent nicks and scrapes which can cause problems when you're picking up your lefse. 1.5" wide, 24" long. The sheath has a small loop for hanging.
  • Lefse pastry board and cloth set, the perfect tool for rolling out nice big sheets of paper thin lefse! Before rolling your lefse out be sure to prep your pastry cloth with plenty of flour. A well-prepped pastry cloth gives an almost non-stick surface. You'll want to prep your board between each sheet of lefse, being a little more generous in the very middle. And another great feature is the circular markings, a great guide for big, round sheets. You're going to love your board & cloth set so much because, not only does it work great for lefse, but you can roll out your Christmas cut-out sugar cookies, pizza dough, pie c