Arguably yes, but this is subject to interpretation of some ambiguous rules. That means the DM will have to make the call.
Technically, Scribe Scroll allows you to "create a scroll of any spell that you know". Spell-like abilities are not spells.
However, an article by Skip Williams, titled
Rules of the Game: Making Magic Items (Part One), suggests that spell-like abilities can be used to meet spell prerequisites:
The rules say you can use a spell completion or spell trigger magic item or a spell-like ability that produces the desired spell effect to provide a spell prerequisite.
The ambiguity here is that even though Skip Williams said it himself, it's unclear what rule he's citing. There's no explicit rule in the books allowing spell-like abilities to be used in item creation. The article is not providing a new rule in this instance, but providing Skip's interpretation of the rule.
The only core rule I can find on this is under the description of spell-like abilities in the Player's Handbook (p. 180), which says:
Usually, a spell-like ability works just like the spell of that name.
Complete Arcane (p. 72) opens up the possibility that spell-like abilities should be considered equal to spells for the purpose of meeting prerequisites for things:
Specific spell requirements
A requirement based on a specific spell measures whether the character or creature in question is capable of producing the necessary effect, and as such, invocations and spell-like abilities that generate the relevant effect meet the requirements for specific spell knowledge.
However, that's not 100% certain either. It appears in the chapter on feats, and refers specifically to feat and prestige class requirements, but not specifically to magic item crafting requirements. Elsewhere in the book, it is explicitly stated that spell-like abilities are not spells for certain other purposes, such as metamagic feats.
This answer to a similar question makes an excellent point, which I would agree with:
As one of D&D 3e's lead designers, this is a strong case for the designer's intent that spell-like abilities can be used to meet prerequisites when creating magic items, but the DM must determine if this intent actually overrides the text.