"I rub truffles on my nipples every day," the actress joked to reporters while promoting The Age of Adaline in Los Angeles Sunday, according to People. "You got to give her a very well balanced palate from a young age so she doesn't eat only beige food!"
All jokes aside, Blake does plan to share her passion for cooking – and eating - with her daughter when she's old enough. "You can't be around me and not be exposed to all different cuisines," she continued.
While it wouldn't be a surprise if Blake started mixing up her own homemade baby food, don't look for the new mom to do that just yet. The 27-year-old actress said that "sounds awesome now," but, added, in a few months of making it, I'll probably be like, 'Dear God, where's Whole Foods? Or CVS? Or anything?'"
Either way, Blake said motherhood has been "awesome and exhausting," adding, "It's everything that everyone always says," the actress said. "I want to say something different than anyone else, but there's a reason everyone says the same things. It's going good."
While she was opening up about her life as a mom, Blake also shut down reports (confirmed by bff Amber Tamblyn) that her three Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants costars are her daughter James' godmothers.
"I never named them my godmothers," she told E! News at a press screening for the film last weekend. "They're my dear friends. I would say my baby has a lot of fairy godmothers." James' real godmother is actually Blake's older sister Robyn Lively. "My sister would be the one to take care of my baby if something were to happen."