If your daughter is anything like my two little ones, she may be very independent about what she wants to eat at this age (and actually, from here on out). I would suggest anything that is a finger food, that you don't have to spoon-feed her. It may get messy, but it's a stage, a learning process for her.
Um, some good foods are: peas, beans, corn, cooked carrot pieces, cut-up beets, macaroni/cheese, cut-up bananas or other fruits, halved grapes, cheese, cut-up hard-boiled egg, scrambled eggs, toast, pancakes, tender pieces of meat, cut-up hot dog, etc. I think there are more suggestions below. These are some that worked for me.
Another note is that now is the age to get them "into" fruits and vegetables. If they learn to like them young, it's much easier later. (Although, my son, who used to gorge himself on fruit, is now 3-1/2 and declines all fruit but applesauce. Not sure what happened there...)
Good luck, she will eat if she's hungry!