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Vestlands Lefse

Also know as 'Viking Bread'. The dry, flat Lefse are not wrapped in plastic, just kept in a square, dry cardboard box. To revive them, each piece is watered under the tap then wrapped in plastic. 20 mins later the Lefse is soft and can be eaten. The most usual topping are just butter or butter with cinnamon sugar. They are spread on the Lefse which is then folded and cut into squares. Nugatti (a type of Norwegian Nutella) is another spread used, and so is jam and cream. However, Lefse can be eaten as a savory meal too. Herring and eggs, pølse (Norwegian sausage) or hot dogs, salmon, liver paste, cottage cheese and mayo are commonly used with Lefse

There are 10 dried lefse per box.


Flour, water, sugar, margarine (rapeseed oil, fully hardened coconut canola oil, water, coconut oil, salt, emulsifier (monoglycerides of fatty acids), dye (carotene), flavor), leavening agent (ammonium bicarbonate, baking soda), buttermilk powder (milk) salt.


To use: take one out of the box, rinse under water (tap or salt water), wrap in a damp towel and put in a zip-lock for 20 minutes. This re-hydrates the lefse to a bread like consistency. Product of Norway. 

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Note: Ingredients and labels may change without notice and translation and/or typographical errors are possible. Therefore consumers are advised to check the ingredient lists on the package for substances that might be incompatible with them BEFORE ingestion. The European Parliament directives and amendments pertaining to compulsory food labeling can vary depending on the item in question and producers are not always required to provide a detailed and complete listing of all ingredients. When in doubt contact the manufacturer before consuming this item.

5 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Paul Ferrarone on Apr 25th 2023

    I take care of my Norwegian mother-in-law and she loves this Lefse!

  • 5
    Returning Customer

    Posted by Rosie on Apr 22nd 2023

    I reviewed this product on Oct 26th 2021 and I stand by the original review... This product is a family favorite. When ever I order My two adult children always have me order for their families as well... I will be back again to order more

  • 2
    Not at all similar to lefsa in Minnesota

    Posted by Bonnie Hanson on Feb 5th 2023

    This product was disappointing. The texture & taste weren't at all like lefsa I had purchased in Minnesota. I chose this due to additional shipping charges for the product names I was familiar with. It wasn't awful.

    Side note from Marina Market: This product is nothing like the refrigerated lefse you get anywhere. It is a dry lefse you reconstitute and is more of a dessert/sweet style.

  • 5
    Vestland Lefsa

    Posted by Rosie on Oct 26th 2021

    I have used this product for years... It is one my favorite family traditions... We make multiple types of sandwich roll ups with this product... We have made grilled tuna cheese sandwiches roll ups, pizza roll ups, chicken salad sandwich roll ups... Their is no end to ideas of you use your imagination... Remember when making them "Use Cold Water" first, then "Stack" them up in a towel and wrap around to make them pliable. When finished making your sandwich bake in oven at 375 to crisp up again... they make wonderful picnic lunches and school lunches

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Lois M Sahyoun on Apr 17th 2021

    Very reasonably priced

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