I have a little bit of that issue with all of the chocolate and Christmas treats lying around and, last night my friendade this awesome dip and it was so hard to keep track of how much I was eating.
I don't have the same feelings as you, but it did help me to get some of that excess chocolate out of the house. I got my husband to bring it to his work and leave it for them. Even if its gifted stuff, if you need it gone I say don't be afraid to straight up pitch the sugary treats you say are the culprits. Its well intended, but if its hurting you mentally and physically get it out of your house!
If sugary juices and punches are problem, try watering it down. Most juices are so strong you can make half of it water and your taste buds don't know.
Maybe try getting yourself slow-snacks. By this I mean something that takes longer and more time to eat. You have to put more work into it, so you end up eating less overall cause it's slower. For me, some these foods are roasted chestnuts (and half the time I get one or two bad nuts I can't eat anyway, which actually kind of help me not eat so much!) These foods can also be kind of fun. You got to cut X's into the tops of them, roast them, wait for them to cool then you got to peel them, etc. Takes way more time than dips and microwave food and other things.
Pomegranates are another of my slow-foods. They can stain, so you have to pull them apart slowly and eat carefully. You got to pick out the bad seeds, etc. A time consuming food with not a lot of calories! Other fruits are prickly pears. You got to wear gloves, pull off their outsides... And if you don't like the seeds, they take even longer to get down to a juicy state!!!
I also like to snack on pickled peppers (like the ones you get with a Quiznos sub). Love the taste and the spice, but I can usually only eat two or three before my taste buds yell "done! No more spice". Then I have that spice taste in my mouth so I dont feel as motivated to snack, plus I end up drinking more water after. I've also heard people say to brush your teeth, cause then you have the mint toothpaste taste and most people don't like that messing with their palette and are less tempted to snack. I'd only use this to help curb snacking when you're not hungry though, not to stop yourself from eating when you should.
I feel for you!!! Its hard, don't feel guilty and be encouraged. You can hop back up on this horse and keep riding to goal and beyond! I don't know if anything I say is going to help tip-wise. I dont know what you've tried, what youblike or even what I'm doing. I'm still really new to this and don't even use all of these tips (like teeth brushing) as my overweightness and eating stem from other things. Please rant away so others can support you! Don't do it alone!!
Remember, you are strong