So that's where all the good food is.
Did you ever feel like your mom was hiding all the really good treats and snacks in some hidden treasure trove? According to a new survey, she was.
Two-thirds of American moms have a secret snack supply that they keep hidden from the family, according to new data.
The survey found 66 percent of moms polled admit they hide the really good snacks to avoid sharing them with their partner and children.
The secret snacking habits emerged as part of a wider study of 2,000 women aged 21-45 across the country and found nearly three quarters (73 percent) admit to having a quick snack "in secret."
While snacking is an exceedingly normal thing to do, it seems that a high number of women have resorted to enjoying an in-between meal indulgence incognito.
In fact, sadly, seven out of 10 women between the ages of 21 and 45 have felt guilt over simply eating a snack, with 42 percent even reporting they were embarrassed about their snacking habits.