KFC's Fried Chicken Scented Fire Log Is Back! | Chuck Nowlin

KFC fried chicken scented firelogs sit in front of a festive fireplace

Made from chicken? No. Smell of chicken

The log, KFC noted, is made with 100 percent recycled materials and is "designed to make your home smell like fried chicken". Free two-day shipping is available while supplies last.

This year your Christmas morning fire could give you more than warm, it could fill your home with a scent of fried chicken.

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The logs are made by Enviro-Log and its president and founder Ross McRoy said his company received weekly calls from curious consumers previous year, according to USA Today.

In the statement, KFC also suggested this as the flawless gift for office Secret Santa or White Elephant gift exchanges with friends. "This hearth-warming and hunger-inducing partnership between Enviro-Log, KFC, and Walmart.com is sure to spice things up this holiday season", said Ross McRoy, president and founder of Enviro-Log.

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By the time you read this, KFC's supply of 11 Herbs & Spices firelogs may be gone, if this holiday season is anything like past year when the finger-lickin' good firelogs sold out in just three hours, a news release said.

The fast-food restaurant is bringing back its wildly popular Extra Crispy Fire Log for a limited time.

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Imagine this: You're cuddled up with a cup of hot cocoa in hand. KFC Corporation is a subsidiary of Yum!

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