Food of the Seventies, BB Bats And Kits

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A rectangular caramel like sucker on a stick that came in vanilla, strawberry and chocolate and banana flavors. I used to love these and still find them occasionally. The Kits were the same candy but came in a little block pack with 4-5 tiny square pieces of candy. These candies were very hard to get the wrapping off of and if my mom or dad couldn't open them for me, I'd usually get tired of trying to get the paper off the stuff and throw it down.
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Debbie - July 18, 2007 - Report this comment
I always had a tough time removing the paper so I just popped the Kit or BB Bat in my mouth anyway....the paper eventually came off. I can still find BB Bats and Kits at a local store and Cracker Barrel.
Lea - January 30, 2008 - Report this comment
BB Bats and Kits were probably responsible for keeping dentists and orthodontists in business in the 70s. These treats had amazing tooth-chipping, filling-cracking, braces-breaking abilities.
Julie - July 08, 2009 - Report this comment
My best friend loved BB Bats and Kits. When our moms gave us money for the 7-11, he would always buy a bag of BB Bats and Kits. He usually shared, so I got them, too. They were yummy stick to your teeth treats!
Mary Elizabeth Brownb - May 04, 2010 - Report this comment
I ate BB Bats for the first time when I was seven, on my way to first grade, in 1931. I bought them for a penny each at Leon Depp's Confectionary in Hoisinton, Kansas. The candy, like everything else, was both larger and cheaper back then. I remember them being about five inches long.
Sheri - June 22, 2011 - Report this comment
You can still buy all the BB Bats you want from I buy them all the time in all the favorite flavors. My favorite is banana. But, if anyone knows how to get the paper off, please let me know. The paper is still hard to remove! : D

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