Eva is just 11 mths but she has a pretty fixed eating schedule - I try to bring some routine into her daily life to make things easier for everyone, including herself. She has cereal with fruit or pancakes or yogurt or muffins for breakfast followed by a lunch with rice/pasta and veg/meat. If she has meat for lunch, she'll have veg for dinner and vice versa. For dinner it's the same.
For her lunch and dinner meals, I usually make things like soup with croutons, omelette, pasta with veg/meat sauce, rice with soup and so forth. Once in a while, she'll get some cereal with veg/meat puree but otherwise we're moving slowly to "adult" food.
If possible, try to include more meat in your daughter's diet. This is because from 1 yo onwards, solid food should be providing most of the nutrients and not from milk, and toddlers need iron and protein from animal sources. Also, too much calcium can hinder iron absorption so try to have at least one serving of meat a day - fish, egg, chicken, beef, etc.
For more inspiration on foods, you can check out wholesometoddlerfood.com - they are pretty cool ideas for food there.