Iceland hot food range

Iceland launches fiery Halloween food range – but it all comes with a warning

The food uses some of the world's hottest chilli peppers

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If you’re a lover of spicy food, Iceland has unveiled its fiery Halloween range which will be right up your street.

But be aware that it all comes with a “very hot” warning.

The supermarket is selling a range of products ahead of the spooky occasion on October 31.

Iceland's hot Halloween range
Can you handle the heat? (Credit: Iceland)

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But if you’re brave enough to try the foods, you better have a glass (or five) of milk handy.

It’s been said Iceland’s range is the “hottest ever UK supermarket range” as it includes some of the world’s hottest chilli peppers.

The menu includes hot chicken strips, costing £3, and a spicy curry, priced at £2, both made using the Carolina Reaper – which measures in at over 1,500,000 heat units on the Scoville scale.

Iceland's hot Halloween range
Will you be buying the Halloween range? (Credit: Iceland)

It was given the title of the world’s hottest chilli by the Guinness World Records in 2017.

The range also includes a Stonebaked Scarily Spicy Hot Chicken Pizza, priced at £1.59.

The pizza has a variety of spices including Cayenne Pepper, Capsicum and Paprika extracts as well as red Jalapeño peppers.

Each product includes a “very hot” warning on the front of the packaging.

Iceland's hot Halloween range
The range uses some of the world’s hottest chilli peppers (Credit: Iceland)

We recently reported that Iceland will be selling unicorn-shaped potato pieces from today (October 16).

The pieces, similar to McCain’s already popular smiley face-shaped product, are being targeted at kids who want a fun accompaniment to their dinners.

A 454g bag will cost just £1 for and contains mash potato encased with a crispy coating.

Unicorn-shaped potato pieces are here! (Credit: Iceland)

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Meanwhile, in the build up to Christmas this year, the supermarket is launching a pie filled with an entire Christmas dinner as part of its festive menu.

The meal includes all the essentials: turkey, a pig in blanket, sprouts, cranberries, peas, carrots, stuffing, bacon and onions.

According to Iceland, the pie serves one person and will be available in stores on November 18.

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