Each State's Most Uniquely Searched Super Bowl Dip

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Turquoise bowl with queso or mexican cheese dip and corn chips,
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One food that most Americans love to nosh on while they watch the Super Bowl is a dip. Frequently paired with a variety of chips, crackers, or vegetables, a dip is the perfect Super Bowl Sunday snack, especially if you're planning on having more than a few people over to watch the game.

What types of dip recipes do Americans love most? According to Google's map of uniquely searched dip recipes (related to the big game), the country's favorite dips are really spread across the spectrum of taste. Need some inspiration for your own game day snacks? Scroll down to see some of our favorite dip recipes inspired by the Google data!

Super Bowl Dip Map

Google divided the dips into five categories—meat, veggie, seafood, cheese, and other—and it's clear that Americans go gaga over meat-based dips like chili cheese dip and Buffalo chicken dip—the most uniquely searched appetizer in a whopping 18 states, the most of any other dip. Other popular options include queso and taco dip, which took top honors in three states each.

Interestingly, the only seafood-based dip to earn a spot on the map was crab rangoon dip, which took top honors in Connecticut, a state with an impressive coastline. Hoagie dip, a dip based on the popular sandwich, was another option that only came in No. 1 in a single state—Vermont.

A Google map of the most uniquely searched Super Bowl dips in each state

The Winning Dips

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Artichoke Dip

Artichoke Dip Recipe
Caitlin Bensel

For residents of Louisiana, it's all about artichoke dip. This version, which takes about 15 minutes to make, combines Greek yogurt, marinated artichoke hearts, and lemon zest to create a flavorful companion for pita bread, crackers, or fresh vegetables.

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Cheesy Chile Dip

Cheesy Chile Dip
Victor Protasio

If you love spicy foods, we suggest you go ahead and give this bold dip a try. Why? It's a cheesy mélange of sweet and sour peppers that's hard to resist. What we love about this dip is that you can customize it by using peppers and cheeses of your choice. Residents of Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, and Utah, where similar dips came in first place, will most certainly approve.

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Green Dip

Though this recipe for glorious green dip is a hit with classic dippers, this would be a no-brainer drizzled over roasted or grilled chicken, fish, or layered into a roasted vegetable sandwich. 
Victor Protasio

If you're on a quest for something a tad lighter, channel your inner Missourian and whip up a green dip. This take gets its hue from baby spinach and is also made with cannellini beans, charred scallions, and fresh lemon juice.

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