Do you dare to try Burger King's new 'Flamin Hot Mac n' Cheetos' ?

- Burger King is bringing back their ever so popular Mac' n Cheetos 'portable snack mashup', but with a Flamin' Hot twist!

The snack is a combination of creamy mac n’ cheese coated with the flavor of crunchy Flamin’ Hot Cheetos cheese snacks. The spicy twist on classic mac n’ cheese is being offered starting November 30 for a limited time at participating Burger King restaurants.

The company announced in a press release, 'this new launch follows the success of Mac n’ Cheetos, which were introduced as a limited time only menu item in June 2016. This cheesy treat is perfect as an on-the-go snack.'

'We know our guests loved our creamy Mac n’ Cheetos and we heard their requests for a Flamin’ Hot version,” said Alex Macedo, President, North America, for the Burger King brand. We accepted the dare to reinvent this favorite limited time only menu item now covered with that crispy, spicy Flamin’ Hot Cheetos flavor.'

Rich Blazevich, senior director of marketing at Frito-Lay North America. 'We look forward to hearing the responses from fans who’ve dared to try this new item!'

The new Flamin’ Hot Mac n’ Cheetos come in an order of five pieces for $2.99 and will be available for a limited time at participating Burger King restaurants.

Do you dare? 

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