Exchange simply means you can fill in any food of equal nutritional value.
Ex in an 1800 ADA diet, a person can have one fruit veg/exchange
at breakfast, so a fruit exchange is
4 oz OJ
1 small apple
A milk exchange could be 1 cup 1% milk, or 8 oz non sweetened yogurt or x oz cheese.
OK, my figures may not be exact, but you get the general idea.
Looked at your menu, have to ask 2 things
1. How many calories per day are you shooting for a day?
2. When was the last time you ever ate 1 oz of chicken at a sitting? Usually 3 oz of meat per exchange is more realistic, unless it is a pediatric diet.
OK Dude? Try this site for more details http://www.diabetic-diet-and-recipes.com/
Beyond that, I can't help you any better. In practice, in my home health job, I take a pre-printed sheet of a 1800 ADA diet which gives a pt a 7 day sample diet. For pt's who have a very hard time with calcs, giving them this recipe, helps them get started, once BS is under control, then we worry about what can be exchanged for what. Good luck.