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Ashton Kutcher, Jimmy Kimmel


Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis gave Easter a slight twist this year.

The couple, who are parents to daughter Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher, staged a traditional Easter egg hunt for their baby girl, but the eggs weren't filled with delicious chocolate. Instead, the actor revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that he and his wife opted for a healthier option.

"We didn't want to put candy in it because she's 1-and-a-half and she's not quite ready—we're not quite ready for her to be ready for candy, so we did Cheerios and raisins," he explained on Monday's show. "She loved the raisins! She was going ape for the raisins."

So are The Ranch star and Mila health nuts who never eat sugar? Not quite... "We eat sugar like crazy!" Ashton explained when host Jimmy Kimmel asked whether they keep sugar out of the house. "It's there. We just don't give it to [Wyatt]. I'm not ready for that. I'm not ready for that. I was eating Cinnamon Toast Crunch this morning and she was trying to hijack my Cinnamon Toast Crunch!"

Another concept he and The Black Swan actress can't decide if they're ready for is whether they should get Wyatt on the Easter Bunny bandwagon. While they definitely think she should grow up believing in Santa Claus, they're still debating if this fantastical creature is worth explaining.

"We had a legitimate conversation as to whether or not we're going to go down that path. Like we think we're going Santa Claus but we don't know about the bunny," he told the host. "It's up in the air. It's tough because it's like, 'Why is a bunny laying eggs? Mommy, does a bunny lay eggs?' 'No, but the Easter bunny does.'"

Ashton further explained other potential confusing situations that could arise should Wyatt start asking questions. "And then why are there Peep chicken things? What are those and what does that have to do with Jesus coming back from the dead? Did that really happen? It's all really confusing!"

Fortunately, it looks like those raisins satisfied Wyatt's taste buds...and curiosity.