Google Just Revealed the Favorite Game Day Dips Ahead of the Super Bowl
2024/02/01

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What would the Super Bowl be without ? Let's just say, football fans would get pretty hangry. Even hangrier then fumbling the ball in the last few minutes of the game. So, it's no surprise that many people right now are preparing for their Super Bowl watch party by seeking out the best snacks and .

In fact, according to Google Trends, people across the country are searching for game day dips plenty—and each state has a favorite! The data comes from the most uniquely searched dips in every state ahead of the . And they really run the gamut. Of course, there are classic , , and veggie dips, like corn dip and

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, on the map ahead. Plus, there are football favorites like in all its cheesy, spicy goodness. But then you'll see some outliers that might just surprise you—who knew that Ree Drummond's home state would be a fan of fruit dip? Or that would only win out in one single state?

There are some seriously interesting results on this map of game day dips. Read on for more insights and maybe you’ll even be inspired to make a new dip for the Super Bowl this year.

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To kick things off, let's take a look at the five categories of game day dips, according to Google: There are buffalo dips,

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, fruit and veggie dips, seafood dips, and other. While buffalo dips (both and regular) took the win in 16 states, it was narrowly beat out by the wide variety of dips in the fruit and veggie category. That includes corn dip in North Dakota, creamy jalapeño dip in Texas, and spinach dip in states like Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia.

It also includes fruit dip—the most uniquely searched dip in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Utah. (What's that about?!)

For those who are fans of the ooey, gooey cheesy variety of dips, you'll be happy to know that took top honors in Montana and Idaho. And some other notable dips on the map include cannoli dip in Massachusetts and Connecticut, taco dip in Wisconsin, and smoked salmon dip in Oregon and Alaska.

Now that you know your state's pick—do you agree? Let us know in the comments and don't forget to put out a bowl of , pita wedges, veggie sticks, or potato chips to serve with your dip this Super Bowl Sunday. Happy scooping! 😋 🏈

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