PA Dutch Scrapple

$10.99

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Cooking and Care Instructions

Keep Refrigerated or Frozen. Slice into slices roughly a quarter inch in width. Fry or bake at medium-high.

Ingredients and Nutrition Facts

Ingredients: Water, Pork Skins, Pork, Pork Livers, Corn Meal, Buckwheat Flour, Salt, Spices. GLUTEN FREE.

Nutrition Facts (2 oz. Serving Size):
Total Calories: 110
Total Fat: 8g (10% DV)
Cholesterol: 20mg (7% DV)
Sodium: 250mg (11% DV)
Protein: 4g
Total Carbohydrates: 5g (2% DV)
Iron: 2mg (10% DV)
Potassium: 56mg (2% DV)

A PA Dutch Classic.

Description

Folks who know scrapple will tell you: ours can’t be beat. Made in kettles with cornmeal and buckwheat flour blended with pork, pork skins, and livers, our Pennsylvania scrapple is the real deal. Pan-fried and paired with maple syrup, this is a Pennsylvania Dutch delicacy not to be missed.
Order scrapple online for yourself or to send to a loved one outside the county and let them experience this uniquely regional pork dish. Although sometimes called the “poor man’s bacon,” we think our Pennsylvania Dutch scrapple is richly flavored to stand on par with any breakfast meat.
Recipe suggestions:
Want more info on our Scrapple? Check out this informational Link!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 57 reviews
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Stanley Post
We love this stuff

We love this. Far better quality then grocery store brands.

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Paul Potter
Like I Had As a Child

Awesome flavor reminded me of breakfast at my grandmas in Riverdale, Maryland. Will buy again!

We're so happy to hear we could give you a taste of the past. We look forward to serving you again.

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Scott Christiansen
Like Mom’s

This is the closest scrapple to what my Mom used to make when I was a kid. I’ve tried for decades to duplicate here’s but never got close. Thanks!

We're so happy to hear it tasted like what you remembered. We look forward to serving you again!

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Bill Barnes
Scrapple

This is the first time I have had Stoltzfus scrapple. I have been eating RAPA for 45 years, because it's available just about everywhere. I recently ordered both Greensboro and Habbersetts. The Greensboro was very good. I didn't like The Habbersetts very much, because it has way more cornmeal and flour in it. I liked the Stoltzfus scrapple a lot, so I currently rank my favorites:
1. Greensboro
2. RAPA
3. Stoltzfus
I think that since I have only had the Stoltzfus once, there's a chance it could overtake the RAPA. It did cook up a bit nicer than the RAPA does; it crisped up on the outside and stayed soft on the inside better.

Thank you so much for your thorough review! We're glad that you gave it a try and hope we can serve you again in the future!

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RALPH SICURANZA
Sooo good I ate a whole pound in one sitting

I was so excited when I found this could be ordered on line to send to my friend for his 80th BD. He said there is no scrapple to be found in Idaho. He liked it so much he said he cooked up the whole pound and ate it all.

sliced scrapple on a cutting board
Stoltzfus Meats

PA Dutch Scrapple

From $10.99
Folks who know scrapple will tell you: ours can’t be beat. Made in kettles with cornmeal and buckwheat flour blended with pork, pork skins, and livers, our Pennsylvania scrapple is the real deal. Pan-fried and paired with maple syrup, this is a Pennsylvania Dutch delicacy not to be missed.
Order scrapple online for yourself or to send to a loved one outside the county and let them experience this uniquely regional pork dish. Although sometimes called the “poor man’s bacon,” we think our Pennsylvania Dutch scrapple is richly flavored to stand on par with any breakfast meat.
Recipe suggestions:
Scrapple Breakfast Pizza
Scrapple Dumplings
Want more info on our Scrapple? Check out this informational Link!

Size

  • 1 Piece (approx. 1 lb.)
  • 3 Pieces (approx. 3 lbs.)
  • Whole Pan (approx. 5-6 lbs.)
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