Google Just Shared Each State's Most Uniquely Searched Super Bowl Dip—Did Your Favorite Make the Cut?
Super Bowl LVI is just days away, so it's no surprise that people across the country are already planning their game day menus. One food that most Americans will nosh on while they watch the Los Angeles Rams play the Cincinnati Bengals is dip. Frequently paired with a variety of chips, crackers, or vegetables, dip is the perfect Super Bowl Sunday snack, especially if you're planning on having a few people over to watch the game.
If you're looking for some Super Bowl recipe inspiration, Google is here to help! The search giant recently released a map of uniquely searched dip recipes (related to the big game) over the past week to see what people are searching for around the country. Not surprisingly, the results really spread across the spectrum of taste.
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.
The Most Uniquely Searched Super Bowl Dips
Need some inspiration for your own game day snacks? Scroll down to see some of our favorite dip recipes inspired by the recently released Google data!