Here’s the Most-Searched Super Bowl Food in Every State

Super Bowl Sunday is our excuse to eat snacks all night. Find out what football food you can expect to see at a party near you.

Super Bowl Sunday is an unofficial food holiday (just like these others you won’t want to miss). It’s made for cheering on your favorite football team and (more importantly) stuffing your face with your favorite snacks. We all know the chicken wing is hands-down the most popular Super Bowl food in the nation.

But what’s the most searched-for Super Bowl food in each state? We found out.

The Most-Searched Super Bowl Food in Every State

If there’s ever a time to scramble for last-minute Super Bowl recipes, it’s now. The search for game-day foods—whether homemade or ordered in—has skyrocketed. We’re used to seeing the classic favorites, like Buffalo chicken dip and jalapeño poppers, but a new report from Google shows that football fans in some states are searching for foods others may not associate with the big game at all.

Here are some of the more fascinating picks:

  • California: Baked Chicken Breasts
  • Indiana: Fried Rice
  • Iowa: Irish Stew
  • Maine: Paella
  • Massachusetts: Gluten-Free Pretzels
  • Mississippi: Granola Bars
  • Montana: Lentil Soup
  • Oklahoma: Chicken Noodle Soup
  • Oregon: Banana Bread
  • Vermont: Lasagna

Find the hot topic in your state:

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Try All Your Football Favorites This Year

Don’t like your state snack? Don’t worry. We have all the best tips and recipes to make your Super Bowl party really rack up the points.

Start by building a snack stadium and filling it with all your favorite goodies. (Here are some of the best designs, if you need some inspiration.) And these tailgate decorations would look just as good indoors.

With a Super Bowl party this epic, we know this year’s Super Bowl is bound to be good—no matter who wins.

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Laurie Dixon
Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.