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While there are some people who may believe that salad or eggplant Parmesan is responsible for inducing labor, there is a new sheriff in town.

A Minnesota restaurant has a burger on its menu that people believe comes with magical powers.

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The Labor Inducer: certified angus beef, honey cured bacon, American, Cajun remoulade, peach caramelized onion, and Bavarian mustard. — 👉The story behind the name: Owner Kelsey went into labor 8 days early, just 7 hrs after taste testing this burger! The Burger Battle was mom and dad’s first date night where we took home 3rd Place! Introducing our little good luck charm Sam!

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The “Labor Inducer” burger is so popular that tons of pregnant women now stop by to try it, and believe it or not, it has allegedly worked…twice.

Even if you’re not pregnant, this burger sounds delicious! It is made up of certified Angus beef, honey-cured bacon, American cheese, Cajun remoulade, peach caramelized onion, and Bavarian mustard.

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Co-owner Kelsey Quarberg was tasting a burger that the restaurant’s chef Enrique was considering entering into the Twin Cities Burger Battle, according to Fox News.

Several hours after she tried it, Kelsey went into labor nine days early, and thus the name (and legend) of the “labor-inducer” was born.

According to co-owner Ashley Berset, the abundant press has caused pregnant women to flock to their restaurant to see if it works for them. And sure enough, it has!

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Story time! As many know, back in April one of our owners, Kelsey, went into labor 8 days early with our little Sam (pictured left) just a mere hours after trying our burger for the @tcburgerbattle, thus creating the name The Labor Inducer. Well, just last week Zac and Katy Engler came in and let us know that in a last ditch effort on her due date, Katy tried the burger and what do you know? She went into labor with beautiful Elise (pictured right) at midnight that night! Sam and Elise are hopefully the first of many more “Suburban Tots” when we add the burger to our permanent menu (coming soon)!

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“I have to get this now. I have to. If I don’t, it’s like me telling the universe I don’t need your help and I did,” she told WCCO.

They even have a “baby counter” on the wall to keep track of all the success stories.