Khloe Kardashian has braided her hair so she doesn't have to worry about it while cooking Thanksgiving dinner.

The 30-year-old star is putting her culinary skills to the test today (27.11.14) by making lunch for her family for the annual celebration, and the brunette is so determined to get the meal right she got her hair done yesterday (26.11.14) to ensure she would have one less distraction ahead of the big day.

In a message attached to a selfie posted on Khloe's Instagram account, she wrote: ''Thank you @hairlovebydominique for braiding me up last night. One less thing to worry about while I'm cooking Thanksgiving dinner for the fam braids on fleek (sic)''

While Khloe is hard at work in the kitchen, her pregnant sister Kourtney, who is expecting her and partner Scott Disick's third child, is having a relaxing day watching comic 'Charlie Brown'.

The brunette beauty - who has kids, Mason, four, and two-year-old Penelope - posted a picture of the show airing on her TV and added the caption: ''A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving!''

Khloe's mother Kris Jenner recently admitted the 'Kourtney and Khloe Take the Hamptons' star is the only one of her children she can rely on in the kitchen on Thanksgiving day.

She said: ''My kids say they'll participate but Khloé is the only one who I can really count on for help in the kitchen.''

The 59-year-old matriarch also admitted she was looking forward to cooking up a Thanksgiving feast and revealed she always sets her table four days in advance.

She explained: ''I can't wait to make my lemon chiffon and pies in these dishes.

''I set my table four days in advance. It takes me that long to get it just right, layering the different decorations, adding and taking away things until I can stand back and say, 'Yes, that's it.'

''I usually make three turkeys each year - two for the family and one for practice.

''I keep a Thanksgiving notebook of things I've made in the past and new recipes. I rotate dishes from year to year, but there are family favourites that always make the table.''