Kylie Jenner spent over $13,800 on food orders in one year

Kylie Jenner spent over $13,800 food orders last year.

According to Postmates – an American logistics service that delivers goods locally – the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star made 186 orders from 65 different merchants in 2019.

The 21-year-old beauty, who is a mum to one-year-old Stormi, was most likely to order food at 10am.

Kylie Jenner isn’t big on cooking at home it seems. Photo: Getty Images

Postmates revealed that one of the beauty mogul’s most ordered items was a cream cheese bagel from Los Angeles cafe The Bagel Broker, while her most expensive order was a bottle of Don Julio Añejo 1942 Tequila.

The beauty mogul apparently once requested a bottle of water and a single carrot be delivered to her door.

Kylie’s order history also revealed what her cravings were ahead of giving birth to Stormi, as a week before her daughter was born last February, she ordered Oreo McFlurrys, ten-piece chicken nuggets, and French fries.

The star also revealed that she and her brother Rob Kardashian often use the service to send each other new food and beverages to try.

She once requested a bottle of water and a single carrot be delivered to her door. Photo: Getty Images

“Rob and I probably Postmates the same, we Postmates each other things to try all the time, like new drinks and stuff,” she told People magazine.

Other top items on Kylie’s list include; a Miso Ramen Bowl from Joey Woodland Hills, Genghis Cohen’s Chicken fried rice, vegetable fried rice, white rice, orange chicken, a Matcha Latte from Cha Cha Matcha, Pick Up Stix’s House Special Chicken, a Chai Milk Tea from Alfred Coffee, Turkey Breast and Provolone from Jersey Mike’s, Mauro’s Cafe at Fred Segal’s Fred’s Pasta, Penne Bolognese and Meatballs grape Jelly from Ralph’s and a Crunchy Cereal Milkshake from Milk Bar.

Oh how the other half lives.

Reporting by Bang Showbiz

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