Originally Answered: For anyone who just switched to whole milk or if you remember when you did?
At one year of age my son switched to whole milk and ate a healthy, balanced diet. Your daughter should be getting all the nutrients/vitamins through her food. If you still feel worried, consult her Pediatrician as they might suggest a chewable vitamin. This is my son's normal meal plan:
Oatmeal (made with milk), side of fruit like blueberries, strawberries, bananas; whole milk
Scrambled egg (made with milk) (add a veggie if you want), side of fruit, half of whole wheat toast, whole milk
Cheerios, bowl of yogurt, side of fruit, whole milk
Grilled cheese on whole wheat toast (cut into strips), green peas, side of fruit like peaches, pears, oranges, melon; milk (unless he finished all at breakfast then he can have watered down juice or water)
Vegetable Soup (homemade), whole wheat ritz crackers/unsalted saltines, side of fruit, milk/juice
Tuna fish sandwich on whole wheat, corn, side of fruit, milk/juice
Spaghetti (whole wheat pasta in kid friendly sizes), green beans, whole milk
Grilled chicken, brown rice, green peas, whole milk
Homemade chicken nuggets, baked sweet potato fries, sauteed spinach, whole milk
Applesauce, cottage cheese, fruit, soft veggie to dip in yogurt/mayo mixture, whole wheat toast, pieces of cheese, yogurt with fruit or granola, boiled egg, fruit smoothie.