Just because she doesn't eat animal products, doesn't mean Kim can't enjoy a delicious morning fry-up! She swaps out regular eggs for vegan mung bean 'scrambled eggs' from the brand Just Egg.
Meanwhile, for her 39th birthday, her children treated her to a homemade breakfast which included a boiled egg, sausage, chopped strawberries and most impressively, pancakes shaped into the word 'MOM'.
She may have plant-based alternatives of some of these foods now, but it's likely Kim still loves fruit, avocado on toast, pancakes (particularly blueberry oatmeal pancakes), green juices and other varied breakfast foods.
Kim Kardashian lunch
The 40-year-old previously told E! News that she tends to eat fish or chicken with vegetables at around 1pm – but now likely swaps her protein for a vegan alternative.
She also previously told fans she loves sweet potato hash topped with avocado, vegan tacos and salads.
My trainer Mel always says that before and after you train, you should eat simple carbs, like sweet potatoes, and small amounts of fat and protein, like chicken.
You should also have veggies with your meals, since you need them to help effectively break down and absorb your protein, fat, and carbs," she told Harper's Bazaar.
Kim Kardashian Dinner
Ahead of the Met Gala in 2018, Kim followed the Sunfare Optimal Cleanse, which is comprised mainly of nutrient-filled shakes, as well as meals such as butternut squash with soup and salad, guacamole with vegetable chips and salmon salad.
Her trainer, bodybuilder Melissa Alcantara, also previously revealed that dinner is very similar to lunch, in that it features lots of veggies and healthy, unprocessed foods.
But that's not to say she doesn't love pizza – just look at her recent "pizza party" with her kids for proof.