One thing to remember EB is that you SHOULDN'T only eat when you are hungry. The idea is to keep "fuel" so your body continues to burn but not so much in a manner that overstocks the stove..so to speak, and smothers the fire.
Excuse the lecturing here...courtesy of the personal trainer I am working with as he injects these gems as I work out and this is going to go beyond what you posted :)
Eat fruit in the morning. I happen to like a bowl of cereal with about 6 strawberries and one cut up banana. The natural sugars in the fruit help sustain you for the day. The other option my trainer would prefer is a fruit smoothie..add in protein powder and coconut oil...blend up...assumption is fat free milk but if someone can stomach using plain water or just plain fruit juice..go for it.
Three-four hours later (depending upon what I am doing) I have a protein bar.
Another four hours and I have supper..I never eat anything heavy past 4 PM. This may be fish with veggies; some chicken dish etc.
If I feel hungry later on I have another protein bar, a small bowl of cereal (no fruit), some frozen yogurt etc.
I also drink triple digits of water each day.
I have included pizza, pasta, sausage (OK, I fell off the low fat wagon but I was dying for sausage :) ), mac and cheese even a Subway grinder.
The idea is not to deprive but to monitor and control. I have my workouts with my trainer three days a week and of course ride nearly every day so on some days I have two very full workouts (especially on Wednesdays when I workout in the morning and then have my lesson in the evening).
Proteins are what you are after...they keep the fire stoked and are the key to increasing and maintaining metabolism. They also help repair muscle...in a basic workout, or even riding, you are stretching and working muscle..this "damages" them to a certain extent, in a miniscule manner in general unless you actually pull a muscle or sustain an injury, and proteins help the miniscule muscle changes much faster.
Carbs are good for quick energy but burn out fast..unfortunately they also tend to be higher in calories so if you don't burn them off properly, they get stored as fat in the body..that is why runners can load up on carbs prior to a race..they burn off the calories related to the carbs.
You can't eliminate fat out of the diet..the body needs it to help absorb vitamins but you can use better fats. Olive oil vice regular other oils..I was actually amazed at how normal many of my normal dishes tasted when using olive vice vegetable oil. Olive oil is much better for you and can actually help lower cholesterol.