My Set, My Custom Omelets – come see my post!

Have you ever wished you could customize a cookware set for the way you love to cook? Well now you can, with Your Set by Calphalon. I was lucky enough to receive two incredibly versatile pieces, and I used them for some of my favorite dishes.
See how I used the Unison Non-stick 10″ Omelet Pan for My Set, My Custom Omelets.
Click here to read my post and enter for a chance to win one of 16 prizes worth $8,500! You can win a $1,000 cash gift card or one of 15 $500 Your Set by Calphalon gift cards so that you can build your own perfect set!
Click here to start customizing Your Set right now!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective, and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

My Set, My Custom Omelets

Did you notice that link above?? Here is it again – my post at at, and on that post is an awesome video that Trevor helped me make – so be sure to check it out!!

If you’ve followed my blog for any sort of time, you know that we have breakfast-for-dinner every Tuesday.  I love breakfast food – having it for dinner is a super way to enjoy it. So call it BRINNER or call it LOVE, I’m in.  And with breakfast for dinner, we often have our Custom Omelets.

When we had the chance to try out the Unison Non-stick 10″ Omelet Pan from Calphalon, I knew I’d love it – and I was right!!

Seriously, it’s an awesome pan.  My favorite part – it’s dishwasher safe – YES it is!!  And of course, being Calphalon, the nonstick was amazing and the omelets slide right out.  That’s super important when you’re making omelets, otherwise it’s a huge heap on a plate.  It’s a very sturdy pan – when you just pick it up, you know it’s going to be just what you need.

I love the new idea behind the Calphalon Your Set series – – The website is where you can create a custom set and then share your sets and connect with other cooks if you would like.  You can also find inspirational videos to help learn cooking techniques.  I love this: “Calphalon celebrates you, your individuality and your creativity.” 

To see the recipe in action, be sure to watch the fun video clip!!

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