It really depends on your personal stats. What you are eating may be just fine, or it may not be enough. I've posted this link a LOT lately LOL, but truck on over to http://www.jimkaras.com/loss_math01.cfm
and run your stats through the calculator. This will give you an ESTIMATE of what your caloric needs are, and how much you need to eat to lose sensibly. If you are not sure how many calories you are eating, you can use www.fitday.com
to track your intake, at least for a while, and make sure you are meeting your goals.
In other terms, I would only say this about your meals: You aren't getting ANY milk/dairy, and that's not good in general. Women have to be diligent about getting enough calcium from food sources to avoid serious bone loss issues in the future. If you don't like dairy, look at calcium-fortified soy and/or dark leafy-green vegetables. In addition to the calcium issue, adding some dairy to your breakfast will give you some much-needed protein to help you get through your morning. You might also think about the Nutrigrain bar -- they're not awful, but they have a lot of sugar in return for the overall nutritional value. A non-sugary, high-fiber cereal would be a much better choice, even if you ate it out of hand and drank the milk separately.