Spice lovers will be happy to hear that KFC is bringing back its daredevil bites.
The bitesize boneless chicken snacks come in three tasty – but seriously spicy – flavours.
KFC reckon the bites, which are smothered in hot sauce, are hotter than ever.
Mouth-watering flavours include sweet chilli, fiery buffalo and piri piri inferno.
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For £1.99, you can pick up a four-piece pot, or £6.99 in a Box Meal which includes a spicy Zinger Burger, chips, a side and drink.
But if you want to try these new spicy bites, you’ll have to be quick as they’re only available until October 20.
The bites contain between 285 and 335 calories when eaten alone, or 1,000 calories if you upgrade to the Box Meal.
Daredevil bites were first introduced to KFC restaurants back in 2014 but were removed from stores two years later in 2016.
They haven’t been back since so fast food lovers will be delighted with their return along with the original flavours.
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Just last month, KFC announced it will be trialling vegan “chicken” nuggets and wings in the US.
This comes following the success of The Imposter Burger in the UK, a vegan version of the restaurant’s Original Recipe Fillet Burger.
KFC teamed up with vegan brand Beyond Meat to test the new plant-based alternative in Georgia.
Writing to their 1.4 million followers on Twitter, KFC said: “It’s Kentucky Fried Chicken but it’s made with @BeyondMeat.
"It’s confusing, but it’s also delicious. Feast on these Kentucky Fried miracles while they last at KFC in Atlanta, Georgia."
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The vegan treats certainly went down a treat as they sold out in a matter of hours.
On their website, Beyond Meat revealed the Beyond Fried Chicken is 100% plant-based.
The Beyond Fried Chicken is served with dipping sauce or boneless wing, which comes in Nashville Hot, Honey BBQ or Buffalo sauce.
It also stated that customer feedback from the Atlanta test will be considered as KFC evaluates a broader test or "potential national rollout".
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