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January 22nd, 2014

Frigid Temperatures? Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches, Too Cold! Snow! Windy! RAPA Scrapple, I Want Scrapple Muffins!! Rehoboth Beach Eats!


Looking forward to a cold, and snowy winter day at the Delaware Beaches.  And, good morning to you too wherever you are.  It is 9 degrees in Rehoboth Beach as I sat down to write this post.  Can’t wait until this p.m. when temperatures will be soaring to a mere 18 degrees!!  Love the changes in season, that’s why I can’t wait for Spring!!  By the way, they say if you want to be warm today, you have to go to Phoenix, Arizona.  No mention of South Florida.

It is what it is….so how about some Scrapple Muffins this morning.  I am sure you have Scrapple in your refrigerator.  Love the RAPA brand.  The two brothers Ralph and Paul Adams many years ago developed it and it is the largest scrapple producer in the world.  It is located in the town of Bridgeville, Delaware.  Please note that you can order scrapple from RAPA from November through February.  To read more about it, please visit

I have made these Scrapple Muffins before.  Besides the original Scrapple from RAPA, others are now in the market; Chipotle, Bacon, and their newest…Turkey Scrapple.  It is really good and definitely lower in fat.



The recipe is a little bit of this and a little bit of that.  Want it hotter?  Then add the jalapenos, just like I did.

First cook the scrapple….well done; crispy.  Take out of frying pan, chop and save.


Chopped onion…about 1/2 cup.

Chopped pickled jalapenos…that’s your call.

Add to the onions in the frying pan.

Once that’s done, add the chopped scrapple.


The muffin mix can be store bought or you can make your own.  Therefore, you will need eggs, and milk.  I like evaporated milk because it makes a delicious muffin. Add 1/2 cup of grated extra sharp cheese.  My pan was deep and 6 big muffins is all I could get.

Add the scrapple mixture to the muffin mix and pour into your favorite lightly greased muffin pan.  Sprinkle with extra grated cheese.


It took about 1/2 hour or so to bake these muffins.  Just test them by inserting a knife in the middle.  If it comes out clean…they are ready!!


Take out of the oven….let them cool a bit.




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2 Responses to “Frigid Temperatures? Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Beaches, Too Cold! Snow! Windy! RAPA Scrapple, I Want Scrapple Muffins!! Rehoboth Beach Eats!”

  1. trish galioto says:

    The scrapple muffins sound so delicious. I will definitely have to remember this recipe. Do you put anything on them…like butter? I would pour a lit bit of ketchup on the side as I love ketchup on my scrapple. Oh, now I am so hungry for this:-) I wish I couldbe at your house enjoying one with you!

  2. admin says:

    Hi Trish: Hope you are having a good time in FL. You know how it is with scrapple, enjoy it any which way you want. You can have scrapple sent to you by going on their website and ordering through February. See you,

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