When she gets to work, getting her head into her job may require her not interrupting that process by calling you at that time.
Breaks are part of the workday----You get paid for them. They are to help you work more efficiently through the day---not particularly just to have a chance to call your significant other.
Breaks are not always scheduled for a particular time---some are at the discretion of the employee. She may not want to tie herself to a particular time but rather to the finishing of a particular job task.
Lunchtime is not paid time. It is first of all for the purpose of eating, secondly for relaxation, personal business (with some restrictions, depending on the job) and whatever else you choose.
Her employment is a separate part of her life from you. Respecting her boundaries with regard to her job is something you need to do.
Your expectations are understandable, but probably unreasonable.
Lower them to match what's possible.