Delicious thin lefse - this is a dry lefse so you can make your own lefse at home.
1. Moisten the lefse on both sides under running water.
2. Place the lefse in a stack and cover with a plastic foil or a damp towel.
3. The lefse is soft after about 20 minutes.
4. Grease the lefse with butter / margarine, sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon.
Wheat flour, sugar, margarine (rapeseed oil, coconut oil, salt, emulsifier (E471), vitamin A and D, colorant (beta carotene) aroma), herbal tea (deer salt, sodium bicarbonate), core milk, salt.
Allergists can respond to: wheat flour, buttermilk
|allergens|| Contains gluten, milk.
Can contain traces of eggs.
|Energy||1547 kJ / 366 kcal|
|- saturated fatty acids||1.50 g|
|- sugars||7.60 g|
|dietary Fiber||2.70 g|