There are no particular foods in isolation that inherently lead to fat gain. True fat gain (rather than weight gain which could be due to a number of variables such as water retention, muscle gain, food volume etc.) is due to an imbalance in energy balance. Meaning energy intake is greater than energy output. Any food can lead to an energy surplus, however, energy dense foods rich in fats and sugars are generally easier to overeat and therefor quicker to lead to a surplus.
However, it sounds as if you don't consume much in the way of processed foods which tend to be the more energy dense sources. Based on the information provided I would look at food portioning , in particular fats which can quickly add up. While healthy fats are a vital part of a healthy diet they must be moderated.
Going forward I would suggest being mindful of food portions, and making sure you have some consistency in your regime (diet and exercise) while also monitoring progress before making any modifications. If no progress is made then you will have to look at making adjustments to re-create an energy deficit, either through reducing energy intake or increasing energy output.
Without a lot more detailed description of your lifestyle and current diet it's impossible to give a more specific anwser.
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