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Here's Everything You Need To Know About How To Eat Like A Kardashian

Bible, you'll only ever want to eat this way for the rest of your life.

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Hello hello, ladies and gents. Unless you've been living under a rock for the past 10+ years, you're probably familiar with this family right here:


That is the Kardashian family. They have infiltrated our lives with their numerous reality shows, clothing lines, cosmetic brands, family drama, and recently, their food-hack videos.

A lot of these food hacks may seem crazy, and TBH they kind of are, but let's face it: Who wouldn't want to try eating like a Kardashian?


So without further ado, I present to you: The Ultimate Guide To Eating Like A Kardashian. We'll walk you through the steps and tell you exactly what you'll need to achieve this level of ~koolness~.


Step two (part A): Take a bite of chocolate off one end.

If you thought step one required all of your attention, step two is even trickier. You must eat ONLY the chocolate part on the end. TINY BITES ONLY. Eat a little too much and you'll find yourself biting into the wafer — and if that happens you might as well just give up on all your hopes and dreams.

Step two (part B): Take a bite of chocolate off the other end.

Again, go slow. There's no rush. Notice how Kourtney is taking her time and using caution. Even with her precision, she still ended up biting into the wafer, but thankfully, she was okay enough to finish showing us how to eat a Kit Kat this way. Thank you for your bravery, Kourtney. Love you.

Step three: Eat the chocolate on each side of the bar.

Now that you've mastered the art of eating the chocolate off the ends, I decided I could combine this two-part step into one for you. I know it looks tricky, but I have faith in you — you can do this. You're halfway there, champ. It's about to get real good.


Step four: Remove the top piece of your Kit Kat and eat it.

Here's where the magic starts. As meticulously as you can, pull off the top piece. Pace yourself. You really don't want to mess this up. Once you've finished, eat the top piece. It's your reward.

Step five: Remove the bottom piece and eat it.

You're gonna do exactly what you did to that top piece to your bottom piece. I know I don't need to go into more detail, because the fact that you've made it this far is a true test of your diligence and resilience. But let me make it clear: You must do the top first, and the bottom second. Why, you ask? No fucking reason, just because that's what I decided to make the rule.

Step six: Eat that middle wafer like it's your damn job.

You did it, you made it to the end. Give yourself a pat on the back and eat that middle piece. Savor the sweet taste of your hard work.


You too can have beautiful cookie jars sit on your kitchen counter for when TV crews come. Here's what you'll need to get started:

At least five boxes of Double Stuf Oreos.

Get them from Amazon for $2.98 a package.

In the tutorial, Khloe goes through about four and a half boxes, so you'll definitely want at least five to be safe. If Oreos aren't your thing, KoKo also recommends Vienna Fingers and frosted oatmeal raisin cookies.

Step two: Do this.

I don't know how she got from the first part to this part. I can't even describe it to you. Khloe didn't even describe it. All she said was, "Make a pretty design." So, try to copy what this looks like. That's the best advice I've got for you, LOL.


Last step: Keep going until your cookie jar looks like this. Stare down at the leftover cookies and the ones in the jar, and think deeply about how there's no way in hell you're gonna be able to eat all of these in the next month.

**Khloe says to change your jars every 30 days. So change your jars every 30 days. No need to worry about wasting four and a half packages of Oreos when the point is that they look good in your kitchen.

Step one: Open your waffle iron.

Not too slow, and not too fast. Just the right speed for it to look good on camera. Then put the cinnamon roll dough in and close the iron. Unfortunately we don't have that footage, but I have faith that you can figure that one out on your own.

Step whatever: Do this.

Display what it will look like opening up your waffle iron to retrieve your waffles, despite that there is nothing in the iron. Also, show your audience how exactly to open a waffle iron, just in case they're peasants who don't know.

Final few steps: Ice the shit out of your waffles off-camera so no one can judge you for using the whole damn packet. And then take an artsy side-profile video.

In all seriousness, some of these food hacks are super cool. BuzzFeed staff even tried them out in a video. If for no other reason, just try them for fun. You never know when you'll need a new way of eating a Kit Kat, a yummy breakfast, or the most extra AF cookie jar.

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