Super Bowl of Snacks

US map with Google searches per state

 
Or plate of snacks… or tray of snacks….

There’s still time to make some deliciousness for the ever-popular Super Bowl party…

Find out what the most popular Super Bowl Sunday snack Google searches are for each of the 50 states.  (The map above is from the article.)

In Wisconsin, it appears that Buffalo Chicken Dip is the snack recipe to find!  Little did I know that when I posted a recipe here previously for Buffalo Chicken Dip.  It is also the snack searched for by Patriots fans in their home state.

Falcons fans in Georgia are looking for Pico de Gallo – also good!  No matter which team you are cheering for, there’s always a good reason to snack deliciously with something homemade.  What are your go-to/favorite Super Bowl Sunday snacks?

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Game Day! (Chicken Wing Dip Recipe)

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If you are a football fan (or a commercials fan), you might be watching a certain game today.  If you are having/going to a party, it’s not too late to make a tasty snack!  While this one likely won’t win any health awards, we’ve made it several times.  (We received the recipe from a friend.)  It’s quick too: Chicken Wing Dip!  While no actual chicken wings were used in the recipe, it has the flavor.

Chicken Wing Dip

1 cup ranch dressing (or blue cheese dressing)

1 cup Red Buffalo Wing sauce (any wing sauce of your choice will do)

2 cups shredded cheddar cheese

2 bricks softened cream cheese

2 cups shredded cooked chicken (chicken breasts work well)

Bag of sturdy chips/crackers for dip (we use pita chips)

Heat oven to 350 degrees.  Set a pot of water to a roiling boil and boil chicken breasts for 20 minutes.  Break apart so chicken is shredded.

Mix all ingredients and put in a 13×9 pan.  Sprinkle extra cheddar cheese on top.  Bake at 350 for 25 minutes or until bubbly.  Use chips/crackers for dipping.  Enjoy!