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– December 5, 2017
Cookies are disgusting. The bottom of the cookie is white and looks like styrofoam. I called Trader Joe’s headquarters and was told the white bottom is potato starch, corn starch and protein powder – no flavor and looks nasty. Would never purchase again and would not recommend.
– January 22, 2018
I love them- wish I could have more. !!!
– January 26, 2019
This year’s sugar glazed and chocolate covered Lebkuchen were amazingly good. No chance to store them. They are all gone. Wish they were still available. My whole family loves them.
Charles R Leitzell
– March 7, 2020
Trader Joes Lebkuchen is the traditional Nurnberg Lebkuchen and I believe it is imported from Nurnberg, Germany for the Christmas season. Stock up if you like it since it sells out and is only available at Christmas.
– November 21, 2020
I LOVE these wonderful European Christmas cookies. These Trader Joe’s Lebkuchen are among the Best I have had. They use the best ingredients with plenty of finely minced nuts and candied Orange and the quality of the chocolate is top notch! I love to enjoy these with a latte or a cuppa spiced tea. Enjoy!
– December 12, 2020
I’m a mom who doesn’t take for granted any time I get to eat a nice treat. I was excited about these but they weren’t moist enough for my taste. The white layer at the bottom was interested and did not add to the aesthetic or flavor (not sure it’s purpose). I appreciated the bountiful nut and orange flavor but I wish this had been more of a traditional gingerbread. I do prefer soft cookies and this had that component. I also liked the size and thickness. Overall, I would not repurchase. There are so many other delightful treats at TJ’s that are more worth your while.
– December 21, 2020
These lebkuchen are delicious and authentically German. If you are not familiar with German lebkuchen, this is a great example of them. They are not supposed to be like a traditional American gingerbread. The white bottom that some noted they disliked, are typical for the German lebkuchen. Growing up in a German family, we grew up on these and had them every Christmas. My Grandmother would ship them to us, because these were not so readily available in the states. I believe these are imported from Germany-they certainly taste that way. Highly recommend.
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