Whether you're hosting the party this year or just bringing a dish to share, and you're aiming for a Super Bowl spread packed with tasty options, we've got you covered. To make your choices easier, these analyzed results compile a ranking of Super Bowl dishes, ordered from Supreme to Low.

Whether you're an NFL fan, simply tuning in for the halftime show, or just here for the celebrations, join us as we explore the most-searched-for dishes for the big game across the country. Get ready to touchdown on a flavor-packed Super Bowl Sunday!

Key Findings: 
  • Texans’ Super Bowl essentials? Dips steal the spotlight! The Lone Star State is all about the dip life, with different varieties claiming the top three spots in their most searched-for Super Bowl foods
  • Dip Uno:  Pretzel dip takes the lead in searches for Texans, aligning with the nationwide trend placing it in the 'Supreme' category
  • Dip Duo: Following closely, buffalo chicken dip takes the second spot in Texans’ Super Bowl food searches
  • Dip Trio Delight: 7-layer dip secures the third most searched-for Super Bowl snack in Texas

Here are the favorite foods of Texas for Super Bowl parties:

  1. Chips and Queso – 33.04%
  2. Chips and Salsa – 12.50%
  3. Wings – 10.71%
  4. Tacos – 8.93%
  5. Bacon Wrapped Jalapenos – 8.93%
  6. Pizza – 7.14%
  7. Little sausages in BBQ sauce – 2.68%
  8. Pizza Rolls – 2.68%
  9. BBQ – 2.68%
  10. Tamales – 2.68%
  11. Nachos – 1.79%
  12. Cheesecake – 1.79%
  13. Bratwurst – 0.89%
  14. Doritos – 0.89%
  15. Veggie Tray – 0.89%
  16. Chips and Spinach Dip – 0.89%
  17. Chips and Guacamole – 0.89%
  18. Mac and Cheese – 0.00%
  19. Jaeger Schnitzel – 0.00%
  20. Sushi – 0.00%
  21. Ramen – 0.00%
  22. Soup – 0.00%
  23. Cheese Fountain – 0.00%
  24. Kolaches – 0.00%
  25. Steak – 0.00%
  26. Other pasta – 0.00%
  27. Hotdogs – 0.00%
  28. Hamburgers – 0.00%
  29. Green Bean Casserole – 0.00%
  30. Shawarma – 0.00%
  31. Cake – 0.00%
  32. Chicken Fried Steak – 0.00%
  33. Pecan Pie – 0.00%
  34. Fried Pickles – 0.00%
  35. Salad – 0.00%

By that metric, Denver is the “healthiest” city on Super Bowl Sunday while New York is the least healthy.

El Paso also made the list of “unhealthiest” cities when it comes to football snacks, checking in at number seven.

Two other Texas cities – Houston and San Antonio – were also featured on the “unhealthiest” list at number three and number five, respectively.

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