This Map Shows The Most Popular Super Bowl Foods In Every State


Aside from Thanksgiving, Americans eat more on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day and our friends at Google Trends just published the local food preferences based on search traffic by state.

So what exactly is everyone eating during the Big Game?

Check out the map and the full list of America's most-searched Super Bowl foods for 2019.

  • Alabama: White chicken chili
  • Alaska: Nachos
  • Arizona: Cake
  • Arkansas: Fried chicken wings
  • California: Baked chicken breast
  • Colorado: Broccoli cheese soup
  • Connecticut: Buffalo chicken dip
  • Delaware: Chocolate peanut butter cake
  • Washington, D.C.: Bagel pigs in a blanket
  • Florida: Cake
  • Georgia: Buffalo chicken dip
  • Hawaii: Football cupcakes
  • Idaho: Salads
  • Illinois: Jalapeno poppers
  • Indiana: Fried rice
  • Iowa: Irish stew
  • Kansas: Buffalo chicken dip
  • Kentucky: Taco salad
  • Louisiana: Cupcakes
  • Maine: Paella
  • Maryland: Pizza
  • Massachusetts: Gluten-free pretzels
  • Michigan: Pizza
  • Minnesota: Tacos
  • Mississippi: Granola bars
  • Missouri: Broccoli cheese soup
  • Montana: Lentil soup
  • Nebraska: Pigs in a blanket
  • Nevada: Vegan cheesy bacon spinach dip
  • New Hampshire: Cakes and cupcakes
  • New Jersey: Buffalo chicken dip
  • New Mexico: Pea and peppercorn mash
  • New York: Spinach dip
  • North Carolina: Cobb salad
  • North Dakota: Baked nachos
  • Ohio: Buffalo chicken dip
  • Oklahoma: Chicken noodle soup
  • Oregon: Banana bread
  • Pennsylvania: Chicken wings
  • Rhode Island: 7-layer dip
  • South Carolina: Turkey chili
  • South Dakota: Cupcakes
  • Tennessee: Cake
  • Texas: Spinach dip
  • Utah: Bacon wrapped smokies
  • Vermont: Lasagna
  • Virginia: Buffalo chicken dip
  • Washington: Cakes
  • West Virginia: Buffalo chicken dip
  • Wisconsin: Buffalo chicken dip
  • Wyoming: Cakes