My DD is 10 months now, but even at 8 months was a big eater. She would have breakfast, lunch, and dinner. She only ate fruits and veggies like you mentioned, I would just try to serve her a variety of colors throughout the day. For instance maybe sweet potato for breakfast, pear for lunch, and broccoli for dinner or something like that. It really varried but just all fruits and veggies. Shortly after that we started beans like black beans and a few grains like brown rice. At 9 months she would have a few bites of plain yogurt a couple of times a week, too. I don't really think you need to plan it but more serve them part of what you are having. Like if we have broccoli with dinner, that's what she gets. If we have guacamole and chips for lunch I will just give her the avocado. For breakfast it's usually easy enough to do a little yogurt or cut up fruit or even leftovers from dinner the night before. A lot of times I would just steam some veggies because that was really easy to do in the morning.
I am holding off on eggs because she has shown a sensitivity to chicken (she throws it up every time), but if I weren't, I would probably introduce egg yolk for breakfast and things like whole wheat pancakes or something since I make those for my son already.
She does snack sometimes I will give her organic brown rice puffs or just another fruit/veggie.
Mama to (DS 7) and (DD 5), wife to DH