I can easily eat 3/4 lb of fish or beef. However, I'm just as sated on 3/4 lb of 95% lean ground beef as I am on 85% lean, so I opt for the 95%.
Also, I don't like cups for measuring dry ingredients. (X cups of shredded cheese). Not precise due to each individual packing the cup differently. A food scale is better.
Looks like you're eating pretty healthily. Maybe nix the choc covered nuts (or decrease frequency) and wine. Both are fairly unnecessary to good health, unless getting rid of them would diminish the quality of your life - and that's important.
I was wondering if you're maybe double counting your butter. I see 1/2 T butter as your first item in both charts, then fried eggs. It looks like the tracker is counting a fat in the fried eggs since a large egg averages 70 calories. So if you are counting butter as to what you fry in, and they are counting it because you chose "fried" as your option, it may be getting counted twice.
Also remember, when you are within 10 pounds of your goal weight, the difference in maintaining your current weight and maintaining your goal weight is so small that the pounds really do come off more slowly. You'll get there.