This popular tin design features New York City's iconic landmarks (Empire State and Chrysler buildings, Central Park, etc.), in a nod to the tradition of displaying the Bavarian cityscape and landmarks.
Contains 5 Nuremberg lebkuchen (1 lb) in your choice of Assorted (our most popular option), Classic, or Chocolate flavors.
Our tins are heavyweight and carefully embossed, imparting a high level of finish that feels distinctly from another era. Measures 4.63" in diameter & 5.25" high.
This is our 10th season of baking fresh, authentic Nuremberg lebkuchen in small batches with premium ingredients.
Our lebkuchen is comprised of 40% almonds and hazelnuts, true to the finest artisanal purveyors in Nuremberg.
First-time buyer? Check out our lebkuchen buying guide for helpful tips!
At Leckerlee, we guarantee your complete satisfaction and will replace or refund your order.
Shipping rates within the U.S.: $9.95 flat-rate shipping / Free shipping on any single order over $85
Lebkuchen Ingredients: Almonds (as blanched almonds/almond flour), sugar, hazelnut flour, egg whites (with guar gum), almond paste (almonds, sugar, water, natural flavor(s)), unbleached wheat flour, honey, candied citron and orange peel (with glucose-fructose syrup, citric acid), edible baking wafer (wheat flour, starch), spices, baking powder (corn starch, sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate), sea salt. Classic and Chocolate varieties covered with glaze (sugar, water, corn starch) and real dark chocolate (unsweetened chocolate, sugar, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, natural vanilla flavor), respectively. Contains tree nuts, egg, wheat, soy.
Gluten-Free Lebkuchen Ingredients: ** OUR GLUTEN-FREE LEBKUCHEN IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR THOSE WITH CELIAC DISEASE ** Almonds (as blanched almonds/almond flour), sugar, hazelnut flour, egg whites (with guar gum), almond paste (almonds, sugar, water, natural flavor), gluten-free flour (rice flour, brown rice flour, potato starch, tapioca starch, corn starch, xanthan gum), honey, citron & orange peel (with glucose-fructose syrup, citric acid), edible wafer (potato starch, corn flour, modified corn starch), spices, baking powder (monocalcium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch), sea salt. Classic / Chocolate varieties covered with glaze (sugar, water, corn starch) / dark chocolate (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa powder, soy lecithin, natural vanilla flavor), respectively. Contains tree nuts, egg, soy. * Made on shared equipment with wheat-containing foods *
Nutritional information: click here.
Shelf life: we suggest eating our lebkuchen within a few weeks for optimal texture and taste, but as long as you store it in an airtight container and in a cool, dry place, you can continue to enjoy your lebkuchen for many months. Just keep in mind that it will lose moisture over time. You can try to revive lebkuchen that has lost some moisture by placing a piece of sliced apple inside the container for a day or two and then removing it.
Hands down the best Lebkuchen I have had, even better then in Germany!
Absolutely worth the price.
My third year ordering from Leckerlee. Simply the best.
My mom was German, emigrating to the US as a young girl in the 30s. Growing up on the South Side of Chicago our family looked forward to the holiday season when the local grocery store would carry lebkuchen baked by the local bakery Ericann - authentic Nuremburg-style lebkuchen. It was a tradition for us and for years after I'd grown and moved out on my own my mom continued to send a tin of Ericann lebkuchen during the winter holiday season. When my mom passed on I wanted to continue the tradition by sending lebkuchen to my brother and sister but, sadly, I discovered that Ericann had closed-up shop. Disappointingly, no other store-bought lebkuchen that I could find in the US even came close to what I knew as lebkuchen - it was more like dry, chocolate-covered gingerbread. Then I stumbled upon Leckerlee and found it to be just like the Ericann I grew up with - authentic Nuremburg-style lebkuchen. So the tradition continues now, with a beautiful tin going to my siblings every year. And, of course, some for my own family. Thank you, Leckerlee, for helping to keep a treasured tradition alive!
Very authentic!!! My husband grew up in Germany and this is the closest to Nurnberg Lebkuchen.