KFC’s Daredevil Bites are back and hotter than ever before

Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

KFC’s famed Daredevil Bites are back in three flaming hot flavours to set your mouth on fire.

Smothered in hot sauce, they’re the hottest snacks to ever hit the KFC menu and are made of bitesize, boneless chicken. If you like it hot, you can choose from sweet chilifiery buffalo and Piri Piri inferno flavours.

You can purchase the Daredevil Bites in sets of four for £1.99 ($2.46) or as part of a meal for £6.99 ($8.63), which also includes a spicy Zinger Burger, a portion of the bites, chips, a side and a drink.

KFC's Daredevil bites. Credit: KFC

However, like so many good things, the Daredevil Bites were not created to last, and you’ll only be able to get your hands on them until October 20.

The restaurant chain has 890 branches in the UK and has a handy online feature to enable you to find your nearest one.

While KFC does operate through Just Eat and Deliveroo, as yet, the Daredevil Bites don’t appear to be available through either of these services.

KFC fried chicken. Credit: Getty

If you buy the bites in packets of four, you can expect to consume between 285 and 335 calories.

But if you’re wanting to go out and the meal, it’s going to set you back a more substantial 1,000 calories.

The daily recommended calorie intakes are 2,000 calories for women and 2,500 for men.

A KFC branch. Credit: Getty

KFC fans got their first taste of Daredevil Bites back in 2014, but they were removed from the menu in 2016, so this will be a welcome return for fans of spicy chicken. The three flavours they are available in are the ones which were originally available.

This comes in the wake of the news that the chain’s first vegan fried chicken option proved so popular that it sold out in under five hours.

Vegan fried chicken isn’t the only new product KFC has recently introduced either, it’s also rolled out a new mac ‘n’ cheese bowl, topped with extra cheese and fried chicken.

Talk about finger-lickin’ good!

This article originally appeared on vt.co