Most Popular Super Bowl Snacks In Every State Shows We May Have To Get Rid Of Massachusetts, Montana And New Mexico

by 4 months ago

We’ve already talked about the insane amount of calories that you will eat during your Super Bowl party (Seen HERE). Now we’ll look at the different types of foods and snacks you’ll devour at your Super Bowl party. Google assembled the most popular Super Bowl snacks for 2019 and some states should not be part of the United States based on their preferred foods for the big game.

Google Trends released a map of the “uniquely searched Super Bowl foods by state.” Many states had normal Super Bowl delicacies such as pizza, chicken wings, nachos, buffalo chicken dip, jalapeno poppers, and tacos. Then there are some states that love foods that aren’t necessarily known to be Super Bowl snacks, but you could absolutely understand they would serve at the party. We’re talking about food such as football cupcakes, baked chicken breasts, bagel pigs in a blanket, chocolate peanut butter cake, spinach dip, banana bread, bacon-wrapped smokies, and lasagna.

Then there are states who can’t spell or take “Super Bowl” very literally. There are numerous states that serve soup or soup-like products at their Super Bowl parties. Colorado and Missouri offer broccoli cheese soup (Is there a more smelly fart-inducing food?), Montana has lentil soup, Alabama serves white chicken chili, South Carolina has turkey chili, bring your own ladle if you’re going to a Super Bowl party in Oklahoma because chicken noodle soup will be on the menu. It’s “Super Bowl,” not “Souper Bowl.”

Then there are some states that have some peculiar ideas on what Super Bowl food is. Like what is Indiana doing by serving fried rice? I love fried rice, but you better have some General Tso chicken to go along with the fried rice. Maine loves paella as everyone should, but this is the Super Bowl, not the fiestas of San Fermin. Same goes for you Iowa with your Irish stew, this is the Super Bowl, not St. Patrick’s Day.

Then there are the “healthy” states that are too cool to serve high-fat, 2,000-calorie dishes. We’re looking at you Idaho that serves salads. North Carolina, I love a crisp Cobb salad, just not on Super Bowl Sunday. Mississippians, why are you serving your guests granola bars? This is a Super Bowl party not Halloween where you offer children crappy trick or treat food.

Dear New Mexico why are you serving pea and peppercorn mash? Did you not get the memo that the American patriots won the Revolutionary War and we’re no longer under British control and you don’t have to eat those garbage mushy peas? Hey Nevada, vegan cheese is gross and so is vegan cheesy bacon spinach dip. And why are you serving vegan cheese in a dish with bacon from slaughtered little piggies? Massachusetts should just secede from the union already with their despicable gluten-free pretzels.

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


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