Farberware Skillet Giveaway

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Are you interested in cooking healthier meals with easier cleanup for you and your family?  Who isn’t, right?   I know I am always up for anything that helps make meal time easier and healthier.  Cookware with Teflon® nonstick coating like in my Farberware Skillet Giveaway eliminates the need for fats and oils when cooking!

The American Heart Association and the National Stroke Association recommends the use of nonstick cookware as part of a heart-healthy diet because it allows for cooking with little or no fats. And as a bonus, nonstick cookware means easier cleanup and less time doing the dishes!  Even better!

Farberware Skillet Giveaway | realmomkitchen.com

I have a Farberware Restaurant Pro 12-Inch Open Skillet to giveaway to a lucky RMK reader as our way of promoting Heart Health this month.

The Farberware Restaurant Pro 12-Inch Open Skillet is:

  • Durable Teflon Platinum nonstick interior for added scratch resistance, easy cleanup and quick food release
  • NSF Certified, guaranteeing the highest construction and performance standards
  • Restaurant-styled cookware for fast, even heating
  • Nonslip silicone handle Oven safe to 400°F

To enter this Farberware Skillet giveaway, leave a comment on this post telling me what you would cook in this nonstick skillet if you were the winner.  You have until Sunday Mar. 11 at midnight (MST) to enter.

Here are some recipes that would be perfect to make in this skillet:

Disclosure: I was also given a Farberware Restaurant Pro 12-Inch Open Skillet.

129 Comments

  1. As the single Dad of a 2 yr old, just about EVERYTHING! It would make cleaning up so much quicker, easier, and would allow me more time to spend with my daughter. Eggs and pancakes in the morning are her Favorite things to eat at the moment, and this would be a great addition to the household….

  2. My husband and I love to make big breakfasts on Sunday mornings. He makes an amazing omelet! That’s what we would cook.

  3. My breakfast burritos, made with Potatoes O’Brien, scrambled eggs, tons of colby-jack cheese, salsa and bacon , is what I would make in this skillet !

  4. My breakfast burrits, made with Potatoes O’Brien, scrambled eggs, colby-jack cheese and bacon is what I would make in this skillet !

  5. I would make one of my favorite things; a frittata consisting of spinach, garlic, potatoes, cheese and lots of bacon….yum!

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  7. I would cook ground chuck for chili and tacos, and also skillet meals ヅ *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  8. I’d make our favorite smoked sausage with potatoes, bell peppers and onions.

  9. My toddler loves eggs for breakfast, so I’d love to cook her some delicious eggs over easy in a nice new skillet!

  10. Scrambled eggs are my kids favorite breakfast. Our current skillet needs to be thrown away so this would be fantastic! Thanks!

  11. The only non-stick frying pan I own is scratched beyond use……would love to make an omelet in a new Farberware pan!

  12. I would cook a lot of fish with this skillet. Fish sticks so easily, it is best to use a non-stick skillet, and I have worn my current skillet out.

  13. I would love to make a big family-size puffy ham and cheese omelet in that beautiful pan. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

    1. omg! Im Sooo sorry for triple entering! I didnt think it was going through!

  14. I would make some sort of chicken, with pasta. Maybe a chicken parm type dish, yum!

  15. Oh gosh what wouldn’t you want to make stir fry, breakfast omelets,
    grilled cheese the list is endless.

  16. wow I’d Love to cook all kinds of stuff in this. it would be great for pancakes. or stir fry and my girls love grilled cheese

  17. I would cook all kinds of breakfast foods! eggs, pancakes, and crepe’s sound good about now 🙂

  18. Probably scrambled eggs and bacon – I have been craving breakfast food something fierce!

  19. Ironically enough my MIL is recovering at my house from double bypass surgery! We were just talking about me making a zucchini, spinach, tomato & mushroom fritatta 🙂

  20. I would make home fries or scambled eggs. I like to have breakfast for dinner some nights.

  21. I would make home fries or scrambled eggs. I like to have breakfast for dinner some nights.

  22. I’d cook all sorts of things but right now the thing that comes to mind is quesadillas. I’d especially love this since my DH threw mine away last night. I have some saute type pans so I can still make casseroles, scrambled eggs, etc. but none with a flat enough bottom to make quesadillas.

  23. I would cook our fried eggs perfectly, with a little fresh spinach and topped with a little grated sharp cheese that would melt, perfectly.

  24. Have been in the market for a new skillet; would rustle up some scrambled cheesy eggs (for breakfast..lunch..dinner)

    Thanks so much!

  25. Oh my goodness, I would cook EVERYTHING. I have a lovely set of crappy pots and pans right now, and I can live with that as long as I have a nice skillet.

  26. I would make omelette with mushrooms, spinach, onions, and cheese! Or I would make fluffy pancakes with a dash of vanilla, cinnamon, flaked coconut, and butterscotch or white chocolate chips.

  27. Excellent giveaway – thanks for the opportunity to enter! I think the first thing I’d make in this awesome pan would be Chicken PIccata. I’ve been craving it lately.

    🙂
    ButterYum
    PS – hate catcha codes – this will be my 3rd try. Grr.

  28. Love this giveaway. Thanks for the chance!!! The possibilities are endless of the things I would cook in this skillet.

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  29. I would definitely use it for omelets and pancakes. These always seem to stick to pans whenever I cook. A new pan would delight me!!

  30. everyone has great ideas on how to use the pan… I’d do all of them as well as pan fried potatoes… you know for St. Pattie’s day

  31. I would make scrambled eggs, pancakes, beef stroganoff and all kinds of fried rice dishes, this sounds like it would be perfect for me and my family

  32. Breakfast seems to be the most difficult for me when it comes to my food sticking to my “non-stick” pans. Eggs are obvious… but even worse than eggs for me are my HASH BROWNS! I would love a new skillet where the non-stick actually works so I can lower the amount of oil!

    HASHBROWNS need this skillet! 🙂 Thank you 🙂

  33. Chicken fajitas! Yum and of course like all the rest, scrambled eggs would be a breeze!

  34. All kinds of eggs – scrambled, fried, omelets. That’s my favorite thing to cook in a non-stick skillet (which is often)!

  35. I’d use it to make scrambled eggs. 🙂 I’d love a pan that could help me with my egg sticking issues.

  36. Some scrambled eggs. My nonstick skillet is shot and eggs are the worst to clean up after!

  37. MMMM! I’d make Pork empanizado! (Basically, thin pork cube steaks, coated in flour and cuban spices and fried) Delish! And the pan would make it healty (no oil!)

  38. I would make skillet tacos. My son had been dx with food allergies and cannot eat the ingredients in taco seasoning sI I have been making my own taco meat for awhile. Skillet tacos with beans and corn chips!

  39. I would so make a vietnamese tacos with that skillet.. less oil and it will be soo cripsy!! lets EAT!

  40. I would use it to make a quick, easy weeknight dinner of Pineapple Thai Fried Rice. Yummy!

  41. I would cook in it as soon as it arrived! I would make the best scrambles eggs my family has ever had! 🙂

  42. I would make my Thai fried rice, which is a meatless dish packed with veggies.

  43. It would be the perfect size to make scrambled eggs for my family! (And I can’t seem to do eggs on anything but nonstick!)

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