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When it comes to Super Bowl Sunday snacks, in Texas, where everything is bigger and bolder, the champion of game day feasts is a classic duo: chips and salsa. (Photo by Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
When it comes to Super Bowl Sunday snacks, in Texas, where everything is bigger and bolder, the champion of game day feasts is a classic duo: chips and salsa. (Photo by Craig F. Walker/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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What's your favorite Super Bowl food?


SAN ANTONIO - Super Bowl Sunday is more than just a football game; it's a national feast. But with countless dips, wings, and chilies vying for our attention, what reigns supreme as the top snack in Texas?

When it comes to Super Bowl Sunday snacks, in Texas, where everything is bigger and bolder, the champion of game day feasts is a classic duo: chips and salsa.

According to bid-on-equipment, Google search data reveals that Texans favor this dynamic duo compared to the national average, solidifying its reign as the most popular Super Bowl food in the Lone Star State.

While healthier Super Bowl menus are trending in some cities, San Antonio proudly embraces its love for classic, indulgent game-day treats. Earning the title of "sixth unhealthiest Super Bowl city," the Alamo City proves it's all about satisfying flavors and good times. Search trends reveal a surge for rich, decadent dishes, suggesting San Antonians prioritize enjoying the day with friends and family over counting calories.

So, why hold back on game day? Grab a cold beverage, gather your loved ones, and savor the deliciousness of chips and salsa – a Texas tradition you won't regret!

The Super Bowl is often synonymous with buffalo wings, and unsurprisingly, wings are the most popular food in 7 different states. Illinois, Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia all love buffalo wings. Rhode Island is also a big fan of wings, but people there would like them tossed in a garlic parmesan sauce.

Other top foods include meatballs, tater tots, and queso. While queso was Wisconsin’s favorite dish, a close second there was a beer cheese dip. It’s no surprise since the Midwest state is known for its dairy products.

Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri, and Indiana all like to stay warm on game day with a bowl of chili. While South Carolina likes chili, people there prefer it on a hot dog. Separately, Georgia, Michigan, and Tennessee like to do pigs in a blanket.

Certain foods were only popular in individual states. People in Delaware like to serve up crab balls, in Arkansas fried pickles are a favorite, Floridians love guacamole, and people living in Oregon can’t get enough of sweet potato fries.