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Kristin Cavallari’s New Kitchen Pantry Is Every Type-A Organizer’s Dream Come True

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Kristin Cavallari gave us a tour of her brand new home kitchen and her pantry, and the items she keeps around are perfect for cooking, baking, and snacking. The Very Cavallari star has plans to change some things around in her new space since she just moved in about three months ago, but so far everything looks like an absolute dream.

The main alteration Kristin hopes to make for her kitchen is turning the stovetop into a full stove range so she can have another oven in her space. She cooks every day, so the extra space would be helpful when she prepares meals. Kristin also makes it a point to leave some things out and about her space.

“I love when kitchens look lived in because that’s real life so I always kind of have stuff out,” she said as she showed off the countertop next to the stove. This is where she keeps olive oil, coconut oil, pink Himalayan salt, truffle salt, a copper tea kettle, and a her Dutch oven.

Her pantry is one of her favorite spots, though, and there’s even a ladder so she can reach the top of her shelves for whatever she needs. There’s a sweetener section where she keeps everything from maple syrup to real honeycomb (the latter of which she likes to add to charcuterie boards). Right beside that, Kristin keeps her vitamins and minerals, chickpea and buckwheat pasta, and black rice.

Things you’ll never find in her pantry include white salt, white sugar, and white flour Instead, she’ll cook with substitutes like oat or coconut flour and natural sweeteners. One of her favorite alternatives is the Birch Benders paleo banana pancakes. Kristin likes to cook with these sorts of ingredients and keeps a lot of her meals gluten-free,

We Got An Exclusive Tour of Kristin Cavallari’s Gorgeous Kitchen

Cookbook author, designer, and TV personality Kristin Cavallari welcomed us into her home for an exclusive tour of her stunning kitchen—and we’re obsessed.

Prominently displayed on her counter is Cavallari’s new collection of natural, wholesome, healthy comfort food recipes, True Comfort.

The brand new cookbook couldn’t have come at a better time. As the weather cools off and the leaves begin to fall, we’re inspired to try all of the cozy creations (Oat Crust Chicken Pot Pie, anyone?).

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“There’s been this stigma that comfort food is really fattening and heavy, like a cheat meal,” she says. “But I actually disagree. I think if you mix in really healthy ingredient swaps you can eat that stuff every single day.”

Here are some other highlights:

  • A classic copper tea kettle (Cavallari says she gravitates toward copper kitchen accessories) and a simple Le Creuset dutch oven ($290, williams-sonoma.com) sit atop her spacious stovetop. We’re pretty sure the kettle comes from Cavallari’s very own home, jewelry, and apparel brand, Uncommon James, but you can find some slightly cheaper options online ($50, amazon.com).

  • Cavallari subscribes to Dry Farm Wines, which sells natural, organic, or Biodynamic wines. We hadn’t heard of this company until recently, but we’re super intrigued (and we think you will be too). Read more about Dry Farm Wines here.

  • Cavallari’s three kids have no problem helping her in the kitchen, thanks in part to this handy dandy kitchen helper stool ($169, amazon.com). The adjustable Guidecraft product, which helps small children reach the countertop, creates a safe and fun environment for tiny chefs.

Thanks so much for the tour and the kitchen inspiration, Kristin! Keep up with Kristin on Instagram and explore Uncommon James here. Plus, don’t forget to check out her new cookbook!

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