Hot Pockets is teaming up with First We Feast's spiciest YouTube interview show, “Hot Ones,” to create the hottest Hot Pocket ever! It will be featured as part of four new tongue-tingling recipes that combine the gooey goodness of Hot Pockets with the iconic flavors “Hot Ones” fanatics know and love.

Nothing gets your blood pumping like the delicious heat of a good spicy snack. Challenging tastebuds with an explosive burst of flavor, this fiery Hot Pockets and Hot Ones collaboration caters to the increasing demand for bold and spicy experiences.

"We're focused on pushing boundaries in culture to engage Hot Pockets fans in hyper relevant ways," said Bryan Waddell, brand marketing manager, Hot Pockets. "Our collaboration with Hot Ones combines that brand promise with their unquestioned authority on heat to deliver a truly unique and impactful snacking experience."

Beginning in September, check out retailers nationwide where Hot Pockets are sold to get your hands on the Spicy Garlic Chicken & Bacon, Smoky Green Chile Cheesesteak and Hot Habanero Pepperoni & Sausage flavors. All three are available for an MSRP of $3.29 (prices vary by retailer).

No “Hot Ones” challenge is complete without the legendary Last Dab. However, Hot Pockets Fiery Hot Pepperoni featuring The Last Dab: Apollo is too hot to find in your local frozen food aisle and will be exclusively available via Gopuff for an SRP of $5.49.

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Nestlé USA is committed to unlocking the power of food to enhance quality of life for everyone, today and for generations to come. The company's food and beverage portfolio is in nearly every home in the U.S. and includes some of the most recognizable brands such as Coffee mate, DiGiorno and Nestlé Toll House as well as category disrupters like Essentia and Sweet Earth. Nestlé USA also boasts the largest coffee portfolio in the U.S. with Nescafé and Starbucks Coffee. As part of Nestlé S.A. in Vevey, Switzerland — Nestlé USA has been named among Fast Company's "Best Workplace for Innovators" for two consecutive years.