TAKE ON THE HEAT OF HOT ONES™

Hot Ones™ is the hit interview series that challenges celebrities to answer burning questions while eating progressively spicier chicken wings. Hot Pockets has teamed up with Hot Ones™ to give fans a line-up of our hottest pockets ever. See if you can handle the heat of all four flavors.

HOW HOT IT HEATS UP!

  • Fiery Hot Pepperoni (10/10)
    Made with Hot Ones™ The Last Dab™ Apollo sauce—the HOTTEST sauce on Hot Ones.
  • Available Exclusively on Gopuff
  • Hot Habanero Pepperoni & Sausage(5/10)
    Made with Hot Ones™ Los Calientes™ Rojo sauce—extra habaneros up the heat factor.
  • Smoky Green Chile Cheesesteak (5/10)
    Made with Hot Ones™ Los Calientes™ Verde—green serranos give a pleasing punch.
  • Spicy Garlic Chicken & Bacon (2/10)
    Made with Hot Ones™ The Classic™ Garlic Fresno—a beautiful, earthy and mild heat.

GoPuff Exclusive

Fiery Hot
Pepperoni

The Last Dab™ a.k.a the HOTTEST ONE is our spiciest Hot Pocket ever! Zesty pepperoni with layers of mozzarella and the Carolina Reaper...will melt your face off. Extra spicy.

HOT MEETS HOT

Two companies with Hot in our names? We just had to collab! Hot Pockets brings the savory meats and gooey cheese. Hot Ones™ delivers the spicy punch. A match made in heat heaven.

GET YA HOT SAUCE!

Check out Heatonist, where you can buy all of the bottles of the Hot Ones™ hot sauce you could ever want.

BURNING QUESTIONS ASKED

What do the heat level numbers on the box mean?
The heat level numbers on the box represent how spicy the hot sauce will be. It takes into account the Scovillle Scale and simplifies it by using a heat scale between one and ten. One being the most mild heat, and ten being the spiciest heat level.
What exactly is the Scoville Scale?
The Scoville scale is a measurement of pungency (spiciness or "heat") of chili peppers and other substances.
What’s the story behind The Last Dab: Apollo sauce?
It’s the only sauce in the world made with the Apollo Pepper. The Apollo is the brainchild of Guinness World Record holding chili breeder Smokin’ Ed Currie of Puckerbutt Pepper Co. The pepper is bred from prized strains of Ed’s famed Carolina Reaper and Pepper X. Ready to try it? Head on over to the Heatonist.