10 Lids That Prove Mason Jars Are Made for More Than Canning
From coffee to cleaning supplies, these lids will make your Mason jar a do-it-all product.
If you've ever spent some time on Pinterest, it seems like everyone is drinking and serving everything in Mason jars. Coffee, cocktails, crudite in hummus. There are really very few food and beverage items that can't be made cute when served in these vintage-y looking vessels.
And, sure, a Mason jar cocktail in your backyard can be enjoyed with or without a lid, but taking a coffee on the go in a Mason jar is a little trickier without the right accessories. Companies have caught on and now make lids in a variety of styles, colors and materials for all kinds of Mason jar uses from overnight oats to brewing loose leaf tea. Here are 10 lids that will help you get the most out of your Mason jars.
This travel drink lid is perfect for coffee, tea and even flavored water when you need to get out the door, fast. The plastic lid can fit on any standard wide-mouth Mason jar you own with the use of a metal sealing ring that should have come with the jar when you purchased it. The plastic lid is dishwasher-safe.
We love these natural bamboo lids. They fit easily onto standard Mason jars and come with metal straws for easy sipping. Choose from a skinny or wide straw depending on your beverage. Just be careful placing the lid on the jar, as the suction can cause some spillage.
If you make overnight oats or Mason jar salads regularly, you know how hard it can be when the metal top and sealing ring begin to rust. Gross. These plastic Mason jar lid set comes with both wide-mouth and standard size lids that are dishwasher-safe and rust-free.
This cold brew maker comes with a double Mason jar already, but the lid can fit any standard double jar you have at home to make batches of cold brew regularly. Simply brew your grounds for 12-24 hours and then reattach the dispenser lid and you have cold brew ready to go when you are.