Weekend Giveaway: Tattler Reusable Canning Lids

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to our winner, Karma! And a big thank you to all who entered.

Today’s weekend giveaway is from Simple Bites sponsor Tattler Canning Lids, who make reusable, BPA-free plastic canning lids.

Suitable for all types of home canning, Tattler lids are guaranteed to last a lifetime when using USDA approved canning practices.

Many people do not know that the flat metal lids that come in a box of jars are good for one batch of preserves and then should be discarded. We’re supposed to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, right? Sure, standard lids are recyclable, but with Tattler lids, I can reuse year after year AND they’re a recyclable product.

Plus, Tattler reusable canning lids can be used with all the same methods of food preservation that you would use a traditional lid such as a pressure canner, water bath, and pickling.

I learned recently that the standard flat metal canning lids contain Bisphenol-A. It was disheartening to think that in my efforts to remove BPA from my families food, my home canning projects were still tainted.

I use a combination of Tattler lids and regular lids for my canning projects (such as yesterday’s garlic-lemon pickles!). I make a lot of jam to swap with others or give as gifts and am not parting with my reusable canning lids, so the preserves with Tattler lids are for my own use and the others are to give away.

You can get connected with Tattler via their Facebook page and Twitter account, and be sure to enter the giveaway below.


**This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to our winner, Karma! Karma, you have been notified via email. **

Thanks to the generous folks at Tattler, one winner will receive two dozen of each size, regular and wide mouth, reusable lids and reusable rubber rings for a total of 48 Tattler reusable canning lids.

To enter, simply leave a comment on this post and tell me what you want to can this fall. That’s it!

Giveaway ends tonight, Saturday, September 17 at 11:00 pm EST.

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. Pickles, jams and jellies are all done now it’s on to the applesauce and tomato sauce.

  2. So far we’ve done tomatoes, salsa, jams and pickles. Tonight the schedule is tomato sauce and coming up in the near future will be pears, peaches, applesauce, applebutter, and more tomatoes and salsa! Even thought it takes over my life a little bit, I just love canning season!

  3. I’m trying lacto-fermented pickles and salsa this year.

  4. I’m planning on making some plum jam this week. Yum. Maybe some apple or pear butter later on in the season, as well? We’ll see!

  5. I’d love to can applesauce this fall.

  6. Rachel Cross says

    I’m just learning to can, but I’d really like to try to preserve some apple sauce or apple butter. And maybe pickled okra?

  7. Apple butter!

  8. I want these lids! Recently I’ve been canning sandwich pickles, sweet relish, spiced plum jam, and rhubabrb-blueberry pie filling. This week I will be making pear chutney and pickled carrots, at least, and maybe some carrot-tomato soup.

  9. I plan on canning another round of salsa & some new tattler lids would be superb!!! Cheers & Brilliant day to you

  10. I’ve canned the whole garden this summer…….. bring on the apples!

  11. I really want to try these! I’m going to be canning apple butter and apple pie filling soon.

  12. I want to try canning applesauce. With my pressure canner, I want to can chicken.

  13. I’m getting ready to put up some pears this week.

    Thanks for all of these opportunities for the lid lottery. Maybe one of these times I’ll win! 🙂

  14. I want to can old fashion plum jam, like my mom remembers her aunt making.

  15. Upcoming canning schedule: applesauce~plain, cranberry/apple, and cinnamon. Then will be canning apple pie filling, oh, yummers.

  16. Missy Flickinger says

    I am going to try applesauce this year!! Hope my boys like it as well as the store bought kind!!

  17. I want to can applesauce, raspberry jam & maybe apple butter. Thanks for the opportunity!!

  18. I’m going to make some apple butter, pickles, and maybe some jelly closer to Christmas! These lids would be awesome!

  19. tomatoes, applesauce, and chicken broth!

  20. So it’s fall..That means Pomegranate, late tomatoes, fruits, jams and jellies..Great fall produce….lots of wonderful products to can…

  21. Heather Hicks says

    I want to try canning pear jam.

  22. I want to can pears and some tomatoes yet this fall. We also hope to make applesauce

  23. There are still tomatoes to be canned and this fall I’d like to try applesauce or applebutter.

  24. I want them!

  25. Looking forward to apples

  26. I already have a couple boxes of Tattler’s lids and love them. I still have tomato and pear canning to go, and would love to add to my reusable lid stash! 🙂

  27. Mmmmm, pears!

  28. I will probably be canning peaches next, then tomato sauce.

  29. I plan on canning tomato soup, salsa, tomatoe sauce (with all the tomatoes that are ripening in my garden) and apple sauce. I would love to win these reusable Tattler Canning Lids!

  30. I plan to can some apple-quince jam, apple butter, apple pie filling and apple cider! Thanks!

  31. Thanks for hosting a great giveaway! I love to can. I still have some jams and jellies to make. I’m going to make beauty berry jelly for the first time this year. It will be added to the strawberry, peach, apricot and elderberry jams/jellies I’ve already canned. That’s what we’ll be canning. Win or not! ~~Rhonda 🙂