I glanced at your trackers, and you seem to be putting together some fairly well-balanced days, well within your calorie range (assuming your range is 1200-1550, as many of us seem to be assigned).
So. You've been eating less and exercising and after a few days get hit with the return of Legitimate Hunger? That's... pretty normal!
What I would recommend is DO NOT GO CRAZY and use it as a license to eat "anything and everything" in sight. If you are truly hungry, you should probably feed yourself. But feed yourself WISELY. No junk food, no cookies, no ice cream, no french fries, no Family Size box of Froot Loops. Go make yourself a smart, sensible (and delicious) snack. I'd recommend something with serious volume (like, a giant salad or a big pot of soup) to "fill the hole" and make sure it includes lots of complex carbs (veg, fruit, whole grain - NOT sugar, refined flour, potatoes), and lean protein.
You might "go over" but if you go over "sensibly" with good, nutritious food choices, you probably won't even go over by all that much. Whereas if you turn your hunger into an "excuse to go crazy" you could very easily consume thousands of calories in destructive junk before you even realized what happened. Don't go there. Feed yourself, but feed yourself WELL.
Goal 1 - break 200 (46 pounds lost)**DONE**
Goal 2 - leave obesity behind (BMI 29.9, at 185#) **DONE**
Goal 3 - BMI = Normal (154# or less)
| current weight: 172.5