Pfffft at "organized and mature"! You went to a social outing, enjoyed yourself, ate a reasonable amount of delicious food, and are carrying on with your usual life today... sounds pretty organized and mature to me!
If it were me, I'd make a list of what I had, with a guess as to the amount, and pick some generic or restaurant version of what it was that sounds relatively close. This gives me something to track, but I don't really worry about what it totals out to. In my opinion, one day where I might have eaten at maintenance level is just not something to get my knickers in a spin about --- enjoying my social outing is far more important!
The other option is to just enter "party foods" as a new food item, with a rough guess as to the calories (say, 1200 for the lot?). Either way, I'd put a note in the tracker that I was at a party, so if I notice something amiss later on, I'll know that I was out that day (I have absolutely no memory, so notes are required for me).
Since this is something that you do fairly often, you might find it easier to snap a quick picture of your plate before you eat, so that you have something to refer back to when you're trying to figure it out. It sounds like you made some great choices, so kudos on learning how to enjoy your life while still eating as healthily as possible!
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