A new study has revealed America’s favorite Super Bowl foods, with some gameday classics appearing further down the list than you might expect. JeffBet analyzed 75 popular Super Bowl party foods, using more than 4,000 search combinations, such as ‘how to make ___’ and ‘___ recipe’ in order to find which gameday snacks are being searched for the most.
A spokesperson for JeffBet commented on the findings, saying:
“From classic finger foods to hearty snacks, it’s evident that people across the country have a wide array of culinary choices when it comes to enjoying the big game.”
“The findings highlight the dynamic and inclusive nature of Super Bowl food culture, showcasing the various tastes and traditions that contribute to the overall game day
In Ohio, pizza takes the lead as the most searched Super Bowl food, with an impressive monthly search volume of 169,249.
Chili secures the second position with a monthly search volume of 84,011, and Buffalo Chicken Dip claims the third spot with 44,198 monthly searches.
Nationally, in first place – perhaps unsurprisingly – is the humble pizza. It was found to be the most searched for Super Bowl food in all but seven states (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and West Virginia), and is searched nationally on average 6.2 million times per month.
In second place is chili, with 3.04 million monthly searches on average. Almost universally, it was found to be the nation’s second favorite Super Bowl food. Chili was the most searched-for Super Bowl food in three states, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee, and was the second most searched food in the remaining 47 states.
Third place goes to deviled eggs, with 571,168 searches per month on average. Deviled eggs came third in 21 states, with the highest number of searches coming out from California, averaging 52,659 monthly searches.
In fourth place is Buffalo chicken dip, with an average of 511,931 monthly searches.
Fifth place goes to guacamole. The avocado-based dip racks up 393,535 searches a month on average nationwide. The people of New York and Hawaii were the top searchers for guacamole, with the dip ranking as their third favorite Super Bowl food.
Chicken wings rank surprisingly low in seventh place, with 351,064 monthly searches nationwide. Chicken wings were the most popular in Nevada where they ranked as the state’s fourth most searched for food.
Eighth place goes to Sloppy Joes. The sandwich consisting of saucy ground beef and onions was searched on average 322,650 times per month across the nation. Sloppy Joes were the found to be the most popular in Colorado, Minnesota and North Dakota, where the sandwich ranked fourth.
In ninth place is bruschetta. This Italian antipasto sees 300,969 monthly searches nationwide on average.
Rounding out the list in tenth place are quesadillas. This classic Mexican dish is searched 296,268times per month on average nationwide.
Super Bowl LVIII kicks off at 6:30pm at Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas.