The Surprising Snack Chrissy Teigen's Kids Love

Chrissy Teigen, and her social media presence, is hard not to love. Teigen is known for speaking her mind and sharing really yummy food tricks, tips, and recipes with her followers. Every so often, she also gives her fans a glimpse into her life with her music star husband, John Legend, and their two sweet children — plus a third on the way  — and we can't get enough of it. From French toast casserole hack, to game changing seasoning advice, to suggestions on how Taco Bell could make their taco delivery better, and everything in between, Teigen serves up great food and content. The Cravings cookbook author is definitely a powerful voice.

One of our favorite topics she shares is about the snack foods she gives to her children. These snacks range from creative and healthy, like the chocolate bananas she made with daughter Luna, to the absolutely surprising, but she is just keeping it real. And again, that's why we love Teigen so much. And speaking of surprising, Teigen posted on her Instagram account a snack that her family loves: pork rinds.

Chrissy Teigen's family loves pork rinds

Pork rinds is not something you expect a model to eat, right? But it turns out that these savory fried pork cracklings are a Teigen-Legend household favorite. Teigen took to Instagram to share their love for this snack, and it must be love because it was a four part story. Per Eat This, Not That!, Luna is clearly the star of the share as Teigen asks her daughter, "What are you eating?" Luna replies, "Pork rind." Teigen confirms it with an enthusiastic, "Pork rinds! Our favorite snack in the whole world." But kids really are the best, and Luna is quick to tell her mom cherries are her favorite snack. She also refers to the rinds as "piglets" which makes us smile, even though she insists to her mom she said "pork rinds."

Teigen has long had a love affair with pork rinds, taking to Twitter with a picture of Pork Cloud Fried Pork Rinds in Habanero Pepper which she went on to say she dips in spicy shrimp paste, calling it a "delight." And why not? They are low in calories, just 100 for a a 1.7-ounce bag. They have no carbs, 11 grams of protein, and just 6 grams of fat (via My Fitness Pal).