Schwarzenegger told Jimmy Fallon his granddaughters "stand in line" with his animals for oatmeal cookies
In Arnold Schwarzenegger's house, his granddaughters love the same sweet treat as his farm animals do!
As seen on his new Netflix documentary Arnold, Schwarzenegger told Fallon, 49, that it's his job to feed all of the animals in the morning.
He said that their breakfast is "oatmeal cookies that we put together that are made out of honey and out of bananas and oatmeal."
"They were made for the horses basically, for Lulu and for Whiskey," the former governor of California said. "But I realized that the dogs also love them....and then I found out that the pig also loves them. But the pig loves everything. The pig will eat stones."
Schwarzenegger admitted that his two granddaughters are also unexpected connoisseurs of the famous oatmeal cookies.
The Terminator star's daughter Katherine Schwarzenegger shares her daughters Lyla Maria, 3, and Eloise Christina, 20 months, with her husband Chris Pratt, and brings them to visit the animals about once a week.
Schwarzenegger told Fallon that if his granddaughters are over while he's feeding the animals their oatmeal cookie breakfast "they then stand in line."
So, the actor said as he's feeding his farm animals, the young girls stand in line with their mouths open, waiting to be fed by their "Opa." Schwarzenegger even mimicked them holding their mouths open.
"As soon as we go outside, she says, 'Opa, can I have more cookies?'" Schwarzenegger said of one of his granddaughters, adding that they love coming over to play with the animals.
One thing the kids don't love? Cleaning up manure.
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Before telling Fallon about the cookies, Schwarzenegger said his granddaughters love playing with the animals but "they're a little spoiled."
"When I took them to the stall and asked them to help me shovel the manure, they said no," he joked, adding "Chris right away said, 'no, no, they are not bright up to do that,' " referring to his son-in-law Pratt.
Arnold is now streaming on Netflix.
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