Habbersett Scrapple

America's Favorite Scrapple since 1863

Now before you turn up your nose at the sound of scrapple, hear us out. Pan-fried to perfection, this Dutch-originated delicacy is the ultimate crispy, salty bite you want with your breakfast eggs and toast. Think fried sausage patty. Scrapple made its way to Philadelphia as early as the 17th century, but only became widely available by Habbersett in 1863. Founded by Isaac S. Habbersett and passed through many family generations, Habbersett has been a household name for over 150 years. Their commitment to using the highest quality pork, all natural ingredients and unique blend of spices is why they’re known as simply the best scrapple around.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Habbersett has been featured in countless media outlets nationwide, including Eater, Esquire, Thrillist, Philadelphia Magazine, and the Chicago Tribune.

Habbersett Scrapple

America's Favorite Scrapple since 1863

Now before you turn up your nose at the sound of scrapple, hear us out. Pan-fried to perfection, this Dutch-originated delicacy is the ultimate crispy, salty bite you want with your breakfast eggs and toast. Think fried sausage patty. Scrapple made its way to Philadelphia as early as the 17th century, but only became widely available by Habbersett in 1863. Founded by Isaac S. Habbersett and passed through many family generations, Habbersett has been a household name for over 150 years. Their commitment to using the highest quality pork, all natural ingredients and unique blend of spices is why they’re known as simply the best scrapple around.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Habbersett has been featured in countless media outlets nationwide, including Eater, Esquire, Thrillist, Philadelphia Magazine, and the Chicago Tribune.