I have had the same problem with my 10 month old boy. I got this idea from a friend of mine, and it's super nutritious and my baby loves it.
1/2 cup raw sunflower seeds
1/2 cup raw pumpkin seeds (you can find these at a health food store in the bulk section)
Put in blender or vitamix until mixture looks like flour. Add 3/4 cup organic raisins and blend for 2 minutes (you may need to use the pulse action). Empty the mixture into a bowl and kneed with your hand until everything is incorporated into a ball. Refrigerate mixture for at least 30 minutes, then roll small amounts between your fingers (about the size of a blueberry) to feed to your baby. This mixture should be kept in the refrigerator and will work feed your baby for several days.
I usually give my baby 10-15 of the small blueberry size balls each day. He loves them, and it's very nutritious.
Here are some additional ideas based on what has worked for me and my son over the last few months. I do a lot of my shopping at Costco, so several of the things below will come from there.
Boiled egg (the yolk only). It's messy, but I can usually get my baby to eat if off my fingers. I usually purchase an omega-3 type egg for the added nutrition.
Avocado. Use the yellowish part in the middle rather than the greenish part near the skin. Just dice into bite size pieces.
Dino Nuggets. These are chicken nuggets from Costco. You can warm up 5 of them in under a minute in the microwave. I usually cut them up into bite size pieces and my son loves them.
Grapes cut in quarters, peaches cut in bite size chunks, watermelon and blueberries.
When I cook pancakes, I usually make a big batch so I can feed the extras to my son. Just rip them into bite size pieces. I suggest making a healthy variety, like a whole wheat or multi grain. I recently found a 16 grain pancake mix at a farmer's market at Thanksgiving Point (I'm not sure where you're located). The company is working on getting the mix into the stores. If you would like more info on this, just email me and I can send you the details. Anyway, the mix is delicious and my son loves them.
Flax seed waffles. You can find these at Costco. Just tear into small pieces.
Gerber Toddler meals. They are expensive, but they have been very helpful in a crunch. My son loves the wagon wheels with chicken. He won't eat the vegetables in the container, but I will put the wagon wheels and chicken on his tray and he loves them.
Frozen style green beans. I buy the organic ones from Costco. They are long, like french fries and can be heated in the microwave in only a minute or two. I just hand the entire green bean to my son and he loves them. He won't eat them if they are cut up though.
I occasionally have success getting my son to eat the Yo-Baby yogurt. But since it comes to him on a spoon, it's usually rejected.
As long as your baby is getting her BM, you can take comfort in knowing that she's getting plenty of nutrition. This thought is comforting to me when I'm having a particularly rough day feeding my baby.
I'm anxious to see what other people recommend. There are times where I too throw my arms into the air trying to figure out what to feed my 10 month old.