There's a third recall of Kinder products after reports of people getting salmonella.
This is all because of links to cases of food poisoning and salmonella.
It's not just Ireland that is affected, but the UK and other European counties.
There are six products being recalled four products including Kinder Surprise, Kinder Mini Eggs and Kinder Egg Hunt Kits - all with best before dates of between April 20th and August 21st.
While individual and multipacks of Kinder Surprise eggs with best before dates between July 11th and October 7th are being recalled.
The Food Safety Authority is advising people not to eat them, and there have been 10 cases of a strain of salmonella in Ireland linked to these products.
In a statement, the FSAI said:
"The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) today advises that Ferrero is recalling additional batches of Kinder Surprise 20g and Kinder Surprise 20g x 3, due to the possible presence of Salmonella.
"The investigation into a food poisoning outbreak of Salmonella, which is affecting Ireland, the UK and a number of other European countries is ongoing. To date, there have been ten cases in Ireland with the same strain of Salmonella responsible for the UK outbreak.
"A number of these Irish cases have involved young children, all of whom have fully recovered. The FSAI is warning consumers who may have the recalled products at home not to eat them. "