"I start preparing the day before and then, on Thanksgiving Day, I start at 7 a.m.," she shares. "It's just fun and I love to cook."
Yummy recipes include her "famous macaroni and cheese," but Khloe also says that the ambiance is just as important as the food.
"I really like to get my table-setting just right," she stresses. "You won't see porcelain turkeys or anything like that on my table. I want the pictures to be timeless and besides, the food should shine. Instead, I do floral centerpieces that I can re-use after Thanksgiving."
"This is the second time I'm doing dinner in my home and I like that it's my tradition," she adds.
Just don't expect Kim Kardashian to have a hearty appetite. The 35-year-old reality star -- who reportedly moved up the due date of her second child to around Thanksgiving due to health concerns -- recently dished that she's actually not a fan of traditional Thanksgiving food.
"I don't really love it all," Kim told fashion guru Andre Leon Talley during a Vogue podcast. "I love the tradition, and I love hanging out with the family, but I don't really love the food ... so I never get tempted really. Around Christmas time, I love the sweets and all of that."
"Every Thanksgiving used to be a vacation with my dad -- we would go skiing -- and now we kind of just go to a different sister's house," she added about the Kardashian family tradition.
Clearly, the family has a lot to be thankful this year. Earlier this week, Khloe told the Today show that despite doctors initially telling her that her ex, Lamar Odom, only had four hours to live after he was found unresponsive at the Love Ranch brothel in Crystal, Nevada, his doctors now tell her could be "fully mentally recovered" in a year and a half.