Chocolate covered strawberries are great, but be careful because it could give her the impression that she can get away with turning her nose to anything she doesn't want to try and then be rewarded by getting candy covered fruit. My mom told me I didn't eat meat until I was 4 years old, and I still don't eat too much meat. Try to give her high protien things such as beans ( I make my own refreied beans by using black eyed peas (you can use any beans) heating them up in a pan and smashing them. Add what ever seasonings you want) even soy meat, my favorite soy meat is Buca meat and my girls love it. As far as veggies go, I always hide veggies in the things I cook, Spinach is the best but I use alot of peas, cauli flower and broccoli chopped very finely. Just remember to always offer veggies on their own as well, and remind them to try the veggies every time they are on the plate.If you haven't already tried it, you can make the veggies in a few ways. My girls refuse to eat warm peas, but if I serve them cold they will eat a whole bag. Their zucinni has to be grilled with just garlic on it, and they love fresh green beans but hate canned and frozen. It's really all about trial and error. Just never give up on something, their taste buds change as they get older.You can also take your child shopping, and let them pick out veggies and things they want to try. We go to a fresh produce market outside, and they have music playing and taste testers. We have so much fun and my girls always come home with a bag full of veggies they picked out and can't wait to try. I also let them help cook, or atleast wash the veggies.I was always told not to look at what a toddler eats in a day, but over a week. As long as they get atleast 2 servings of every group a week, they have a well balanced diet. If you are still concerned talk to your child doctor about vitamins or any ideas on how to help motivate them to eat more. Good Luck! I really hope this helped.