Khloe Kardashian is an organizational goddess. The Kardashian hostess with the mostess has proven herself to be the most organized person alive (Marie Kondo, eat your heart out) again and again. Just a few months ago, she gave the world a tour of her insanely tidy snack pantry + and also shared her secret for stacking cookies perfectly in a jar — both went totally viral. Now her newest Khlo-C-D video showcases her beautiful baking cupboard. This is the kind of meticulous planning we thought only Monica Geller was into.

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Inside her cabinet, Khloe reveals what appears to be every canister from The Container Store with labels to boot. In Khloe’s words, we have no excuse to forgo organization — if money is an issue, take her trick! “As you can tell, I like containers. I like for things to all look the same and have some fluid flow to it,” she said in a September article in People. “I find a ton of really cool things at yard sales all the time, so you don’t have to spend a lot of money in order to organize, so don’t give me the excuses, people.”

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For her baking cupboard, Khloe uses air-tight containers to store ingredients such as flour and sugar, and she adds cute labels to all of them. She also keeps plenty of chocolate chips and chocolate squares on hand for making cookies and other desserts. She even has tiny dispensers for toppings + little scoops. “I am going to go that far,” Khloe says in her video, “because I’m crazy and it’s a one time purchase and I can use it for a bunch of things later in life.”

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Khloe has another genius hack you can employ the next time you’re moving things around at home — her baking cabinet is right next to her oven because, it “makes sense.” The Kardashian’s organizational obsessions aren’t just for the sake of organizing: she keeps her baking cupboard fully stocked and labeled because she loves baking with her nieces and nephews. Aww!

Do you use containers to organize your pantry? Let us know in the comments.

(Featured photo via Frazer Harrison/Getty)