Sorry, but I am going to give you that same advice: she eats what you eat, with additional things for her if you choose. I would try to nip in the bud any expectation she has that you will cook to order.
My little boys are not Primal, but there is no way I am making them nuggets while I eat a Primal dinner. If you make a BAS, cut up the protein for her and serve it with sweet potato fries, cut up avocado and fruit. If you make a curry, take out some of the cooked meat before you add the seasonings and serve it to her with rice. Maybe make curry a little less often and instead make simpler proteins. Lamb chops are always a hit with toddlers because the meat is nice a soft. Fish - hers can be served as a fish taco if you like or with cut veggies. Stir fries.
I would skip the yogurt at dinner b/c that will fill her and then she won't eat the veggies etc.
Our kids drink tons of organic milk. As I said - they are not primal. More like 50% Primal.
Also, there is a book out called "Eat Like a Dinosaur" that has fun paleo recipes geared toward children if you need more ideas.
Lastly - most important rule of parenting - don't make yourself nuts. Sounds like you're doing great with her food.