Frequently Asked Lefse Questions
HOW SHOULD I THAW THE LEFSE?
Take lefse out of the freezer and completely thaw at room temperature before serving. Do not thaw in refrigerator.
IS THE LEFSE SHIPPED FROZEN AND WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH IT WHEN IT ARRIVES?
Our lefse is shipped frozen. If you are not going to eat it for more than three days, please put in freezer. Even if the lefse is partially thawed out, it can be refrozen. If the lefse is going to be eaten in a day or so, put in the refrigerator, but please make sure the lefse is completely thawed out before refrigeration. Lefse thawed out in the refrigerator tends to stick together.
WHAT IS THE SHELF-LIFE OF THE LEFSE?
Our lefse does not contain a lot of preservatives. Once thawed out, it will stay fresh in the refrigerator about 7 days, less if not refrigerated.
HOW LONG DOES THE LEFSE LAST IN THE FREEZER?
Lefse will last in the freezer for several months.
WHAT IS THE INGREDIENT LIST FOR GRANRUD’S LEFSE?
potatoes, enriched flour (wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, iron thiamine mono-nitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), milk, margarine (soybean oil, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, water, salt, whey, lecithin, mono- and di-glycerides, sodium benzoate (preservative), artificial butter flavor, beta carotene, vitamin A (palmitate added), cream, iodized salt, sugar
WHAT IS THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF GRANRUD’S LEFSE?
5 rounds in a package; one serving is one-half round of potato lefse .
-calories per serving: 70
-calories from fat: 20
-total fat per serving: 2.5 g
– saturated fat 0.5g
– trans fat 0g
-total carbohydrate 11g
– dietary fiber 1g
– sugars 1g
-Vitamin A 2%
-Vitamin C 8%
Shipping & Ordering Information
We ship Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday during the busy season (November – March) and every other Monday during the off season (April – October).
If you are placing an order for the holidays, you will select your shipping date during the checkout process. Place your orders early!