My sons had almost the same problem.
For breakfast, try scrambled eggs. Make sure you use plenty of butter, whip the eggs real well and cook the eggs slowly so they cook up fluffy. Also try cooking up some bacon, but don't make it too crispy so cook this slow as well.
For lunch, try making a cheese toast, like a grilled cheese sandwich, less one slice of bread. I place a lid on top of the bread and cheese and the cheese melts real nice. I then cut about five long strips of the toast. My 14 month old son enjoys eating it. You might want to try over cooking the pasta so it's real soft. Also buy the premium pasta (whole wheat) instead of the less expensive kind. For lunch you can make a pasta and add boiled eggs nicely diced into the mixture.
For dinner, bow tie pasta with crumbled with ground beef and grated cheese. To make it even tastier, use a pasta sauce like Bertolli garlic and basil. Add some whipping cream to the sauce to make it nice and creamy. Then mix in some pasta and cooked ground beef. My son enjoys this as well.
Don't worry about what she doesn't eat. My son will sit and stuff a lot in his mouth, then spit it out. I noticed his poop is lighter in color, not dark. I worry he's not getting enough nutrients, but he's put on some weight so I know his meals are not a complete loss. This will continue until he breaks in his molors. Then he will be able to chew better.