I think that mostly sounds good.
I'm not exactly certain what "back bacon" is. If it's actual bacon (from pigs) and not a lighter-fat version like turkey bacon, then your breakfast is going to be WAY heavy on animal fats.
I'm also a bit concerned about your "Pork Loin Chop x 2" for dinner. One serving of protein is about 4 ounces, which is about 115 grams or so. They'd have to be awfully small chops for two of them to only be one serving. It's true that the Phase 1 guidelines say that protein for each meal is "unlimited", but that's assuming that you start off with your 1 serving of protein as well as at least the minimum of veggies at the meal. If, 20 minutes into the meal, you're still hungry, you can go back for "seconds" on protein. (Veggies on the "Food To Enjoy" list are, of course, unlimited ... unless it says otherwise like limiting tomatoes to one whole tomato per day.)
Your dinner also seems a bit heavy on the cheese: Mozzarella, plus Parmesan plus Ricotta pudding.
And sugar-free jelly doesn't really count as a snack. Snacks should actually provide some nutrients, which is why the book recommends some cheese, or nuts or whatever. The yogurt for your afternoon snack sounds good (make sure it's sugar free and use your Splenda if you want), but I think you need something else for your morning snack. Sugar free jelly is sort of a "freebie" so you could still eat it for your morning snack, but you need to add a piece of reduced-fat cheese, or some nuts, or perhaps a few celery sticks stuffed with natural peanut butter, etc.
Yes, fruit teas are allowed, as long as they don't contain sugar.
Whoops, just noticed you had half a tomato for breakfast, lunch and supper. You'll need to cut one of those, as only one whole tomato is allowed per day.
Edited to change the spelling of "you're" to "your." I'm an English major. I know better than that.