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The Most Searched-For Super Bowl Food in Every State

The Most Searched-For Super Bowl Food in Every State

The must-have game day dishes across America

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Chicken wings are a must-have across America.

Super Bowl Sunday is less than two weeks away, and that means only one thing: The biggest day in junk food, dips, and wings is quickly approaching. In anticipation of Super Bowl LII, General Mills released their chart of the most popular and unique foods by state.

In many states, Super Bowl classics take the lead. Fan favorite chicken wings was the most searched-for Super Bowl dish in California, Connecticut, Nebraska, and New York. Americans also love chili on game day; Arizona, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and Rhode Island all need to have that hearty, soul comforting food on game day.

There are, of course, some very distinctive choices across the country. Alabama is a fan of Mississippi Roast, which is a beefy hoagie sandwich. Kansas has a fondness for dill pickle soup. And the fine folks of Ohio won’t have just any chili at their game day feasts. Oh no — they need white chicken chili very specifically.

What food is a must-have at a Super Bowl spread in your state? Check out the infographic and 50 corresponding recipes below.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


These Are the Most Searched for Cookie Recipes in Every State

Most food holidays are pretty great (hello, National Peanut Butter Day and Chocolate Day!), but there are a few that are better than others, of course. And one favorite here at Allrecipes? National Cookie Day, which happens to be today!

There&aposs no better time of the year than to indulge in cookies during the holidays, as there are so many amazing holiday cookies to try. From gingerbread and snickerdoodle to jam thumbprints and peppermint bark, there are several options — all that go great with a glass of eggnog or spiked hot cocoa, I might add.

And to make sure people got the cookies of their choosing, General Mills created a map of America&aposs favorite holiday cookiesꂺsed on data from baking authorities like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, and Tablespoon.com, which explained a favorite holiday cookie option based on state.

A few tasty takeaways: Maine&aposs favorite cookie is a Two-Ingredient Peanut Butter-Chocolate Truffles and Arizona can&apost get enough of Classic Sugar Cookies (they&aposre not basic—just classic, really!). Washingtonians go nuts for Spritz Cookies, and Candy Cane Cookies are all the rage up in Idaho.

Peanut butter seems to be a clear winner across the board, with Peanut Butter Blossomsꂾing the most popular holiday cookie in the United States, reigning supreme in seven top states: Florida, Pennsylvania, California, Kentucky, Nevada, South Carolina, and Wyoming.

Nebraska is pickier with the chocolate, as it&aposs the only state that prefers its Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies with chocolate stars instead of Hershey&aposs Kisses. And while Gingerbread Cookies seem like a holiday pick, only one state chose it as a top cookie — Hawaii.

Another cool fact? Utah likes snow on its cookies, like on the Melted Snowman Sugar Cookies. And Georgia is the only state to claim਌ream Cheese Pecan Cookiesਊs its winning treat. Maybe because they are the top producer of pecans?

Of course, there are more, as it&aposs broken down by state. Check out the map above to see what cookie your state happens to love most.


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