Ball 12ct Regular Mouth Quart Jars (32oz)
4.91 / 5 based on 113 Reviews
Ball 32-oz. Glass preserving jars are ideal for fresh preserving whole fruits and vegetables and enjoying homemade food year round. These jars go beyond preserving to serving, creative d?cor and gift giving. see more...
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Ball 12ct Regular Mouth Quart Jars (32oz)
- "I love these jars not only for preserving stuff I've made but they are great to use in decoration there are so many different uses for these jars and in all sizes I always find them when I need them and have never had one break even after dropping " in 3 reviews
They're very good product I've actually used it for preserves and other things and pickling. And they hold up pretty well and the wonderful thing is you could buy a replacement and swap
These are a great purchase. You can do so many things with these jars, we always buy them in bulk and then find uses for them throughout the year. We've used them for centerpieces at parties, utensil & straw holders, canning, and we do crafts with them for Christmas presents such as filling them with homemade bath powders or personalizing them. Good value!
I use these for so many things. We drink out of them, we gift them, I store in them and I love love love them. I display my baking extras in them with labels and so much more. Honestly I could go on and on with their uses. Buy them! They are for everyone!
Ball 12ct Regular Mouth Quart Jars (32oz) are great glass jars that can be used for multi-purposes. I like to use mines for preparing detox water (lemon and cucumber slices, and mint leaves). I also like to use it in my food pantry and storing my coffee and etc... The jars are easy to see what's inside and gives a great organized appeal. The jars are effective for other storage uses such as DIY projects, storing both dry and wet ingredients and products around the house and so forth.
LOVE! So I'm not into canning. I use them for my lunches. I can put them in my bag and go. I put my soups in them (I have a soup bowl at work), smoothies, rinse it out and put my water in it. And salads...I put my ingredients that won't get soggy on the bottom of the jars with the salad dressing. Then I layer my salad from greens on top to the chunky veggies on the bottom. At lunch I shake my mason jar to get the dressing on my salad then pour out into my bowl or plate.
I use these jars to make pickles and I have found that these are the best jars for the job. They withstand well to the heat when processing the pickles and I have not had one crack on me yet. Overall they withstand what I need them for and I will keep buying again.
I love these jars! I purchase them at Christmas Tree shops in a bunch of different sizes for pennies pretty much. They come in handy with meal prep and make packing individual servings of meals of cinch! I don't do traditional canning with these jars, but there are so many different uses for them! They are the perfect idea when making gift baskets and they hold up well in the oven also. I make mini blueberry pies and chicken pot pies in these jars all the time. They are also perfect for making parfaits.
These jars are great to have. I made strawberry jam and triple berry jam last summer and bought a crate of these for 8.99 I think at Kroger. The lids are replaceable and you can choose metal or plastic depending on what you want to do. You can also select a kit that turns a jar into a drinking glass with a straw for 5.99 These last and last and last.
I love mason jars. I many use them for so many different things. I like to go on outerwear to see all the ideas they can be used for like flower vases, storage, decor, light fixtures. I even monogram them and use them for cups to dunk from. Mason jars allow you to add your own personal touch. They add a rustic chic look to your style which I love.
Ball is a brand that has been used by my family for years. Perfect for canning to save food for other pets of the year. Comes in lots of sizes and varieties and will definitely get the job done. A household name doesn't lie!
Q & A
What is your favorite thing about these jars? I love how long they last!
I'm using 6 of these for smoothies, what can I use the other 6 for ?
Would Walmart be the cheapest place to get these in bulk? I have found a ton of cute Pinterest projects to use in my 3rd grade class, but these can get pricey.
I am looking to purchase a large quantity of mason jars for my wedding, will you recommend purchasing them in packs? Or could I get a better value elsewhere? If so, where?
Are these the mason jars that people use to make "overnight oats"?