Inside the Kardashians' over-the-top, perfect kitchens including Kris Jenner's 'kale fridge' & Khloe's $2K cookie jars

GO inside the Kardashians' over-the-top and seemingly perfect kitchens, which include Kris Jenner's "kale fridge" and her daughter Khloe's $2K cookie jars. 

From time to time, the Kardashian family has allowed their fans to take a peek inside their lavish pantry rooms.

While sharing photos for an online article for sister Kourtney Kardashian’s lifestyle brand Poosh, Khloe, 37, revealed how she has organized her illuminated shelves with boxed and canned goods. 


Displayed on spinning trays, the condiments, sauces, and salad dressings are worth about $34.99 each.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum used the next self to store her cookie jars, which is also used to stockpile dried goods like pasta, quinoa, and raisins.

Above these, rows Khloe uses wooden storage bins, worth $14.99-$29.99, to keep her cookbooks and collagen products.

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The cookie jars and baskets are all neatly labeled with the same white font.

With an entire shelf is devoted to baking,there are rows of sprinkles and toppings, and stores sugar, flour, and other baking essentials in the cereal dispensers cost about $126.98.

The Good American founder’s choices of cookie jars vary in price as some cost at around $14 and reach up to $60 for the larger pieces

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Kourtney Kardashian's fridge is stacked with organic juicesCredit: Instagram / Benny Drama

At the beginning of March, Kourtney, 42, showcased her fancy kitchen for comic Benny Drama's new video.

As the video opened in the entryway, which was made up of marble columns and limestone floors, 

Kourtney jokingly introduced herself: "I live in Calabasas California, my name is Kourtney…could you imagine getting older, I'm spiraling."

Shown in the comedy skit, Kourtney's kitchen had a greyish cabinetry and a fridge that included coconut water, ginger ale, and organic apple juices.


Momager Kris, 66, also gave a peek at her fridge space for her daughter's  Poosh site. 

Full of greens, the matriarch's first fridge have been filled with a variety of green vegetables and fruit from top to bottom.

Her next fridge is dedicated to dairy, eggs, bread, and different varieties of chopped-up berries.

In the last fridge, next to the bottles of still and sparkling water were another stack of Veuve Clicquot champagne bottles.

All three fridges had matte black doors and stainless steel handles.


Back in 2020, according to Food Network, Kim, 41, has imitated her motheras well when it comes to the kitchen. 

The first refrigerator is stocked with baskets of organic fruits and vegetables, prepared meals, bread, cheese, and condiments.

Kim said she was "building all organic trees on the property to grow our own vegetables and do our own stuff."

Kim’s second pantry contained flour, oats, and chickpea pasta.

Her third fridge, which sat next to the stove, had eggs and cream, plus a large amount of oat and almond milk.

Kim teased: "All my kids use a different kind of milk, you guys."


Back in Feb 2021, the KUWTK star shared a sweet video of her kids in her kitchen.

North, seven, and Chicago, three, were cooking up chicken ramen noodles with their cousin, Dream, four.

Kim warned: "Girls, you can't be near the fire okay?"

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After the toddlers scattered off the counter, Kim switched from her serious mood and gently asked: "What is Chef North and Chef Chi-Chi and Chef Dreamy making? 

"Can you explain to me this delicious meal?"

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