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Mum slammed after revealing she feeds caviar to her children

Rhiannon Ingle

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Mum slammed after revealing she feeds caviar to her children

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@niky.mamamd

A mum has been slammed after revealing a pretty pricey snack she gives to her little ones.

Niky, who goes by the handle @niky.mamamd online, took to TikTok to share a little more about her kids' expensive palettes and it's sparked quite the discussion.

The mum-of-two and paediatrician admitted her children have a 'caviar addiction' and opened up about the other lavish food she's introduced to them.

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Niky began by asking her kids: "Hey guys, what do you want for lunch? Grilled cheese, peanut butter and jelly, or bread with cream cheese and caviar?"

The kid chose the latter option to which the mum asked whether they wanted 'regular cream cheese' or 'scallion cream cheese'.

And, again, the kid chose the more lavish of the two.

"So you would like bread with scallion cream cheese and caviar and then you want bread with cream cheese and raspberries and some cheese [...] and this is all for lunch?" Niky checked.

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She then asked if the tot fancied 'string cheese' or 'Gouda cheese' on the side and - no surprises there - the kid opted for Gouda.

Niky took to TikTok to open up about her kids' 'caviar addiction'. Credit: TikTok/@niky.mamamd
Niky took to TikTok to open up about her kids' 'caviar addiction'. Credit: TikTok/@niky.mamamd

"OK - I'm going to have to get a second job," the TikToker went on.

Niky then prepared the plate and gave it to her daughter, joking: "Mummy's going to need to make a lot more money to support this lifestyle."

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The kid then explained they preferred the 'black caviar' to which Niky apologised: "Sorry, I only have the red caviar."

She then shared with viewers exactly where this so-called 'caviar addiction' came from in the first place.

"You had the black caviar at Baba's house. I know where you guys first had the red caviar," the mum ended the TikTok before the overlay text read 'send help'.

She captioned the video: "Who’s going to fund my kids’ caviar addiction?"

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Many were shocked by the kids' luxury tastes, with one TikTok user hitting out: "And, whooooo introduced them to the expensive foods? That'd be you mum. You did this!"

The kids asked for caviar with scallion cream cheese on bread. Credit: TikTok/@niky.mamamd
The kids asked for caviar with scallion cream cheese on bread. Credit: TikTok/@niky.mamamd

"You offered they didn’t technically request," pointed out a second, while a third revealed: "33 have never had caviar!"

Someone else chimed in: "I’ve never been so grateful I didn’t introduce my kids to expensive food!"

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"Suddenly I’m really happy my kid only eats pancakes, French fries and cheese," admitted a fifth.

Others, however, were a lot more sympathetic.

"Grandma started the problem," claimed one viewer. "Grandma needs to help supply the goods now!"

A second penned: "It’s all fun and games until you create a little person addicted to sushi which turns into a teenager with now a $100 order."

Yikes.

A third commented: "My kid's doctor asked my 5-year-old what he likes to eat and he said, 'steak, shrimp, sushi, and crab'. She told me my pockets are gonna be hurting."

Another quipped: "[The] two-year-old I nanny will currently only eats charcuterie meat, jammy hard boiled eggs, and raspberries."

"I love it!" added a final TikTok user. "My son is similar in his expensive taste."

What do you make of it?

Topics: Food and Drink, Parenting, Real Life, TikTok, Money

Rhiannon Ingle
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