So… Khloé’s first ‘how to’ video is definitely NOT what we expected

Khloé was one of five Kardashian sisters to launch her app earlier this week, although Kourtney’s is running a little late but we are promised it will arrive soon.

Each of the sibling’s apps promises to cover a plethora of topics and give us insight into each of their lives. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are just not enough, obviously.

Kylie has already premiered her first beauty instructional video. Considering the family are famous for their trend setting contouring habits, we reckon there might be some duplicates coming shortly.

Khloé clearly saw this coming and decided to go down a different route, because she knows what the people really want.

We wanted snacks, and Khloé delivered.

Apparently in the past her Instagram shot of a beautiful flower arrangement got a lot of attention, but most of it was focused on her perfectly organised cookie jars in the background.

So Khloé decided to post an instructional video of how to stack your biscuits in a glass jar from Target because she can.

Possibly the most impressive part of the video is her ability to handle a ridiculous amount of biscuits and not eat a single one. She also does this every month.

We have one very important question: what happens to the leftovers? Because those biscuit packets are HUGE.

Also, as Jezebel first pointed out, Khloé’s snack-attack video could be a sign that she’s moving away from her sister’s beauty themed apps as they took note of how she hadn’t even downloaded her sister's apps.

Although she took to twitter to refute the claims:

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