Breaking: Kylie Jenner Just Tried Milk in Cereal for the First Time

We're thrilled to support Kylie in her time of breakfast exploration.

September 19, 2018
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner

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Kylie Jenner’s had a busy year. The makeup mogul gave birth to her first daughter, dominated the cosmetics industry and celebrated her 21st birthday. And now the superstar can cross another rite of passage off her list: Eating cereal with milk.

Jenner shared her mind-blowing news on Twitter:

After a confession like that, it’s no wonder the Internet went crazy. Thousands tweeted in response to the reality star, wondering how she went 21 years without trying the classic breakfast combo (seriously, how?).

"I always liked cereal dry," Jenner answered. "I never bothered to put milk."

But wait there's more: In a more in-depth series of tweets, Jenner revealed that she poured Cinnamon Toast Crunch in a bowl, then added the milk. She stuck to the traditional cow’s milk for this round, but she’s open to exploring her options.

If she went so long without this tried-and-true combination, what else has Jenner not eaten? Chips and dip? Burgers and fries? Luckily, Seth Rogen has some suggestions for her.

Maybe she should try a peanut butter and jelly cake instead? That goes great with milk, too!

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