My very first thought, and I hope you aren't offended by me pointing it out, is that expecting something sweet aftwerwards is not a great eating habit - I know because I have it. To minimise it, yoghurts are the something sweet here, occasionally something we have baked.
Am I right thinkin she likes finger foods best then? How about things like pitta breads with veg sticks and dips, cheese and low salt crackers, or homemade veg pizzas, chunks of chicken, soup with warm baked bread (this is our favourite lunch).
SMM, if you Google "childcare sample menus" or similar terms you will find some CMs' or day nursery websites where specimen weekly menus as supplied to mindees are posted as information for prospective parents. This will give you an idea of the sort of thing which is considered a good healthy varied diet that parents will feel confident about their child being supplied with.
lol Sammyk, I know its a bad habit thats why I am wanting other ideas tbh, I have spent that much time and effort trying to fit getting registered and all the paperwork etc in, along with the usual house and mother stuff that 'anything easy' has kinda been the order of the day for quite a while now
from that link alibubbles gave I have come across an amazing document, written by the scottish executive, 'nutritional guidance in the early years' am gonna print a copy, its really an excellent document