Rachael Ray Porcelain Cookware

I received Rachael Ray's porcelain cookware to facilitate this review. No further compensation has been received. This post has not been influenced nor reviewed by Rachael Ray Store prior to posting.


With choosing yellow and blue for our new kitchen, the ideas having been flowing for me on the type of decoration I will use in the kitchen, as well as the dining room.

The kitchen is always such an important part of the gathering of a family that I really want our space to be as warm and comfortable as possible. But, I also want it to be modern, fun, and relaxing. Another reason why I think these two colors are perfect for us.

When we received our Rachael Ray dinnerware and cookware, I was so beyond excited. And, I’ve already told you how fabulous my dinnerware is. With all the features this cookware has, there’s just one thing that makes it so perfect for our design concepts… more on that in a moment.

Rachael Ray Porcelain Enamel II 10-pc. Cookware Set

Not only is Rachael Ray’s cookware functional, in every capacity, it’s beautiful. With it’s many features, there are two that I love the most.

First, it is oven safe up to 350 degrees. Previously this wouldn’t have been very important to me, but I have collected a lot of recipes that work well with my Lap-Band diet that require taking cookware from stove to oven. This is the first time that I’ve had a cookware set with this ability.


The second thing that I love about this cookware is that the color is actually a gradient. For me this is amazing because I know that I want blue in my kitchen but I haven’t decided which hue I’d like to go with. This means that whatever color I choose, my Rachael Ray cookware will look amazing with my design scheme.

But, that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The 10 piece set features:

  • 1-qt. Covered Sauce Pan
  • 2-qt. Covered Sauce Pan
  • 6-qt. Covered Stockpot
  • 3-qt. Covered Saute Pan
  • 8.5-in. Skillet
  • 10-in. Skillet

For the basic home cook, like I am, this means that a single set really does have everything I need to cook and create. But, if you’re a bit more advanced in the kitchen and need more than these 10 pieces, Rachael Ray also has small cookware sets available so that you can add to your collection at any time.


The beautiful design of this cookware also includes glass lids, making it very easy to check on your food without constantly losing steam, and thus juices and flavor. And, the rubberized dual-riveted on each lid handle means that you’ll no longer be hunting for a potholder, just to remove the lid.


Inside each pot you’ll find is coated with a long-lasting nonstick interior. This has made both cooking and clean-up a breeze. In just our short time cooking with our Rachael Ray Porcelain Cookware, not a single thing has stuck to it and the cleanup has been easy. This is great for us as the last set of cookware we had ended up needing a scrubber to be cleaned inside which ruined the little bit of non-stick feature it did have. Cleanup has been such a breeze, I can literally take a paper towel and remove all food from the inside of our cookware.

Own Rachael Ray Porcelain Enamel Cookware

Rachael Ray Porcelain Enamel Cookware

This beautiful cookware set is available in multiple colors at The Rachael Ray Store. Be sure to check out how beautiful the eggplant set is, too. Rachael Ray’s Porcelain Enamel cookware retails for $139.95.


  1. Elisebet F says

    I’ve heard good things about her cookware, but I don’t know anyone who has any pieces yet. It sounds like it’s really nice quality! Just looked at her website…I had no idea she had so many products, wow!

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