Kylie Jenner Reveals What Her Top Pregnancy Craving Was — And It’s ‘So Strange’

While Kylie Jenner went opposite doctor’s orders to indulge in a longing for In-N-Out Burger during her pregnancy, she also grown a clever enterprise for another food while awaiting daughter Stormi.

Hint: She would totally get along with Eleven from Stranger Things.

The new mom, 20, answered fans’ questions about her under-the-wraps pregnancy around Twitter on Sunday, where she named Eggo waffles as her tip (and many surprising) craving.

“I never favourite them before i was profound haven’t had one given i had her,” she explained. “so strange!”

When a fan called her out on her adore for In-N-Out Burger, Jenner certified that a quick food sequence was also on a list.

“Lmao and in n out!! Donuts too,” she added.

Although Jenner pronounced there was “no misfortune part” of her pregnancy, she did share that she missed eating sushi during a QA session.

The makeup noble also suggested a initial thing she ate after going by labor: Bread from West Hollywood grill Craig’s, famous for a famed bread basket. “I had it watchful for me lol,” she wrote.

In a video patrician “To Our Daughter” that documented her pregnancy, Jenner ignored her doctor’s recommendation to “never eat In-N-Out.”

“It’s only In-N-Out these days literally tastes like…” a existence star said, holding a notation to consider of a ideal approach to report it. “It’s a best I’ve ever had.”

In a subsequent scene, Jenner systematic a double cheeseburger and fries “well done.”

Later in a video, Jenner walked a crony through what was on her image during what seemed to be a family party.

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“Two burgers, one for me, one for a baby. And dual opposite fries,” she said, explaining,  “‘Cause we like unchanging fries and she unequivocally likes honeyed potato fries.”

“And afterwards we get adequate mac ‘n’ cheese, greens, one rib,” she added.