Holiday Giveaway: Tattler Reusable Canning Lids

**This giveaway has ended. Check back soon for the winner!**

We’re on the brink of a whole new year of canning and what better way to begin then with a stash of reusable canning lids from Tattler. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered, well, one lucky winner anyway.

Today’s weekend giveaway is from Simple Bites sponsor, Tattler Reusable Canning Lids and features their festive new lids in a limited edition color – red! (Update: Red no longer available since this post was published)

Made in the USA, Tattler lids are an environmentally friendly product for home food preservation that can be used with pressure canning or the hot water bath method. I’ve been using their lids for over a year now with no complaints and I recommend them to my friends and family.

Also, It’s nice to know that the food I am preserving is BPA-free. As a bonus they are also dishwasher safe, and are guaranteed to last a lifetime.


Today’s special giveaway package includes 100 regular Tattler lids with rings in RED from Tattler!

**This giveaway has ended. Check back soon for the winner!**

To enter:

Leave a comment on this post and tell me something on your canning ‘to-do’ list for 2013.

Extra entries


For additional entries you can do one or all of the following:

1. Follow @tattlercanning on Twitter, copy and paste following into a tweet:

“I want to win a season’s worth of BPA-free reusable canning lids from @tattlercanning on @simplebites: . ”

2. Like Tattler Reusable Canning Lids on Facebook.

3. Like Simple Bites on Facebook.

For each additional entry, you MUST return to this post and leave a comment telling me you tweeted or Facebooked.

**And finally, only comments left on this original post will be counted as entries, so if you are reading this post via email, please note that you must enter on the blog post itself, NOT by replying to the email. Thank you!**

Giveaway will end on Sunday, December 16, at 9 AM. Winner will be announced later in the day. Good luck to all!

About Aimee

Cooking has always been Aimée's preferred recreational activity, creative outlet, and source of relaxation. After nearly ten years in the professional cooking industry, she went from restaurant to RSS by trading her tongs and clogs for cookie cutters and a laptop, serving as editor here at Simple Bites. Her first book, Brown Eggs and Jam Jars - Family Recipes from the Kitchen of Simple Bites, was published in February 2015.

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  1. I like Tattler on Facebook.

  2. I like Simple Bites on Facebook.

  3. I plan to do multiple batches of your apricots in honey. I did one this year and it wasn’t near enough!

  4. I like Simple Bites on Facebook.

  5. Renee Boring says

    I would love to try making my own apple butter.

  6. After Christmas I will make a batch of pear jam. I may even try my hand at pear butter. I have made apple butter and pumpkin butter, now let’s try pear butter!

  7. Peaches. There’s nothing better than home-canned peaches.

  8. I liked Simple Bites on Facebook!

  9. I liked Tattler Reusable Canning Lids on Facebook!

  10. I tweeted!

  11. I want to make my own jelly’s and jams this year. I have never been able to get them quite right and I am going to try really hard to get it right this year and these reusable lids would be the best Christmas gift ever! Thank you for the chance to win some!!!!!

  12. I would like to learn to can all natural (no-sugar) applesauce and apple butter.

    Thank you!

  13. I ld lke to can more green beans next year. Alsomre tomates for spaghetti sauce. Reusable lids are an awesome idea.

  14. I like you on FB!

  15. I like tattler on FB!

  16. I follow simple bites on facebook, and ejoy all your recipes and tips~ would LOVe some tattler lids~

  17. So many things to can — strawberry jam, peaches, and more!

  18. I am gonna do my best not to waste the bones of the meats from our dinners. I want to turn them into broth, so I will have healthy, safe broth. So canning will be my choice of preserving them.

  19. I would like to buy a bunch of tomatoes in the summer and can them.

  20. I liked Simple Bites on Facebook.

  21. I liked Tattler on Facebook.

  22. we follow your simple bites in Google reader and were excited to see the giveaway! many of my friends have started to use tattler lids for summer canning

  23. I always have so much on my list – next year will be a big year for tomatoes, now that I have a Victorio strainer! I’m envisioning pizza sauce, barbecue sauce, so many options. I’d love to start using reusable lids!

  24. I’d like to perfect pasta sauce in the canner.

  25. I like Tattler on FB.

  26. My goal is to learn pressure canning in 2013.

  27. I like Simple Bites on Facebook 🙂

  28. I also like Tattler on Facebook 🙂

  29. I need to can some peaches in 2013. Wow I can’t believe it’s almost 2013!

  30. Boysenberry jam! the bushes in the backyard wait for no man or woman to get around to canning. They fruit, and we can.

  31. i liked simple bites on fb

  32. I liked tattler canning lids on fb

  33. As always, more canned peaches in honey syrup. Peaches grown in Montana!

  34. Peaches!

  35. I’d like to make a good bread and butter pickle along with a fermented dill pickle.

  36. I’m really, really hoping to be able to can tomatoes!

  37. I want to try tomatoes…

  38. i would like to can jams and preserves.

  39. I would like to try doing some dilly beans this summer.

  40. I would like to get a good pickled onion recipe. One that is not too sweet, not too spicy, not too sour, and leaves the onions crunchy.

  41. I want to try more jelly and jams this coming year. Thanks for offering this great giveaway.

  42. I tweeted! (@KrisLivo)

  43. Liked Simple Bites on FB!

  44. Likes Tattle on FB!! Woo hoo!

  45. I would like to try green tomato salsa.

  46. I always put up green beans, tomatoes and spaghetti sauce. The other things I can vary from year to year. Would love to win these!

  47. I like Tattler’s FB page.

  48. I like Simple Bites on FB.

  49. Oh boy, do I have plans. Pickled asparagus, carrots, beets, and don’t forget – pickles. We also have a peach tree and a plum tree. Preserves and jellies are good. Strawberries marvelous, too. Tomatoes were not very productive this year. But, I have hopes for the coming year.

  50. I am new to canning and still learning, next year I am planning to can tomatoes next year!