Karlie Kloss Tried Out This Year's Viral Recipes On Instagram So You Don't Have To

The 24-year-old model has taken to the kitchen for her latest endeavour to marry the worlds of technology and food

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Model. Designer. Tech entrepreneur. Student. Cook. Investor.

Name a profession and model Karlie Kloss will know no doubt have tried it, owned it, patented it or is in the process of changing the definition of the career forever, thanks to her inimitable passion, intelligence and enthusiasm for the latest and greatest.

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And, when it comes to cooking for her YouTube channel Klossy Kitchen, it looks like the 24-year-old model – who is the co-founder of oatmeal-chocolate-chip cookie brand, Karlie's Kookies – is taking it upon herself to whip up this year's most talked-about recipes, to find out whether it's worth us splashing the cash in an attempt to recreate the delectable treats.

In her latest episode of Klossy Kitchen, the face of Adidas revealed she wanted to try something 'very special', which involved her trying out three viral recipes for the first time and assessing whether they deserved the amount of love and 'likes' they've received on Instagram.

Here's what we found out from the supermodel:

Cloud eggs

By now, you're probably well accustomed to seeing cloud eggs inundating your Instagram feeds, given their magical, fluffy shapes and health benefits.

Karlie's Verdict: 'Very fluffy. A delicious, protein-packed, Instagramable-worthy snack. Totally worth the effort.'

Aquarium cookies

These Instagrammable treats are basically just cookies with jolly ranchers (hard-boiled fruit sweets to us Brits) sprinkles and white chocolate.

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Karlie's Verdict: 'I'm actually really impressed. These cookies look certainly better than I thought they wood. They smell really good and look really cute.

'The only problem here, the jolly rancher gets stuck in your teeth and that's kind of annoying. As cute as they are, if you want to take a picture or put it on Instagram, Pinterest or post it on the internet, sure but not worth the effort.

'Really cute, not so tasty and super time-consuming,' she added.

Dark chocolate almond butter cups

This is pretty much just a swankier, healthier version of a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup so it's always going to be a winner with us.

Karlie's Verdict: 'It's like a chocolate cube, what's not to love. They're so cute. Oh my goodness! This is the winner.

'Perfectly cold, that is just everything I love in one bite.

'The Dark chocolate almond butter cup things are going to live in my freezer forever more. They're really delicious,' she concluded.

So, the lesson here is to forget the aquarium cookies, try out an egg cloud and make a dark chocolate almond butter cups in bulk.

Thanks, Karlie.

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