Khloe posted the pics on Instagram Stories late Monday night, and each area of her kitchen has been sorted by color, thanks to some help from The Home Edit, an organizational service.
"I love you @thehomeedit !!!" Khloe wrote in the first post. "Please, anyone from the team move in with me! I will support you and take care of you as long as you always promise to do stuff like this..."
Then she posted a series of pics that can only be described as organisation porn. See for yourself.
On the top shelf of one fridge, there's San Pellegrino blood orange soda, iced tea, iced yerba mate tea, Perrier, coconut water, two different almond milks, and bottled water.
Khloe also showed off fresh fruit that's been washed, cut, and stored in glass containers. Think: watermelon, mango, green grapes, red grapes, blueberries, and blackberries. Her produce bins? Stocked full of orange and yellow carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, and broccoli. Oh, and did you see those labels clearly identifying "leftovers," "cheese," and "produce"? Be still, my organisation-loving heart.
Meanwhile, her freezer is packed with treats that seem on-brand for the littlest Kardashians, like Mason, Penelope, North, and Saint: Haagen-Dazs ice cream, Italian ices, Spongebob push-pops (remember those??), and pre-made ice-cream cones. The seasonings in her pantry are organised by colour, too, on rotating containers that make for easy access.
And since there's nothing wrong with treating yo'self, Khloe also has a treat drawer dedicated to sweets like mini Reese's cups and Kit Kat bars.
Worth noting: All of the organisational tools used to make Khloe's fridge, freezer, and pantry Insta-ready are available at The Container Store (where The Home Edit has its own line of products).
Also impressive: Khloe's fridge stash is in line with what she's said helped her get back in shape after she gave birth to True.
Three months after she had her daughter, Khloe revealed that she'd lost 15 kilograms, due in part to a low-carb diet. “I’m currently on a low-carb diet that my nutritionist, Dr. Goglia, gave me,” she wrote on her app last June, according to People.
“It has lots of protein, so I’m able to go all out at the gym, but the best part is that I’m never hungry because I’m always eating!" Eat This, Not That reported that the star starts her day with almond butter and a workout, followed by oatmeal and fresh fruit. For lunch, she reaches for grilled chicken with rice and a salad. For dinner, she likes yams and fish with fresh fruit for dessert—and we can see the receipts in her fridge.
BRB, sorting everything in my kitchen by colour...
This article originally appeared on Women's Health US