When I get into that rut with too many carbs I tell myself to only have whole grains (rice, buckwheat groats kasha style, quinoa tabouli, etc) and no "flour"- ezekiel bread is a "flourless" whole grain sprouted bread so it's still an option. I realize when I impose this rule on myself that I cut out a lot of the junk. The other thing is, never have your carbs "naked"- always consume with either a healthy fat or fiber, because fat and fiber slow down absorption making you feel fuller longer and not spiking blood sugar so much, so you are less likely to crave more right away.
Either keep salad greens washed and ready as soon as you get them home, or buy prewashed and always have some hard boiled eggs handy... A salad with avocado chunks, hard boiled egg, grated cheese, and then swirls of balsamic vinegar and ev olive oil with choice herbs (I love dill!) is quick enough if the greens and egg are ready. Other delicious salads are the ones with basil, tomato and chunks of fresh mozzarella with previous dressing but use oregano instead of dill. A favorite breakfast salad is pineapple chunks with a handful of chopped dates and I toss it with lots of organic shredded coconut and some dried mint.
Other ideas... grilled cheese on Ezekiel bread with organic butter & cheese, frittatas, soups made in a big batch once a week, ezekiel tortilla quesadillas, dates dipped in virgin coconut oil for a snack (out of this world! and virgin coconut oil is a fat that helps you lose fat).... get some raw foods cook books/dvds, they are great for getting new ideas. Avoid soy, it is a known goitrogen (depresses thyroid function, and you need your thyroid functioning optimally if you are trying to get to your ideal weight). When it gets to be zucchini time of year we have a special gadget called a saladacco or spiral slicer which costs about $25 and turns your zucchini into angel hair pasta! This is a great way to eat your veggies and cut out carbs- dress it up with your favorite pasta trimmings like pesto or even alfredo.
Hopefully a couple of these ideas will be inspiring to your palate!