With the Big Game just days away, let’s dive into a heapin’ helpin’ of the Top 10 Massachusetts Super Bowl snacks.
Gambling.com crunched the numbers (and the chips) to come up with this Top 10 list. How’d they do it?
“Using Google Search Volumes, 30 of the USA’s most popular Super Bowl dishes were analyzed, to see which item had been searched the most over Super Bowl weekend last year. These were then compiled, and a top 10 ranking was created.”
“From wings and pizza to chips and dips, reports state the average American eats around of 2,400 calories during the 4-hour game… so which snacks do Massachusetts residents go mad for around game time, and over the entire Super Bowl weekend?”
Top 10 Massachusetts Super Bowl Snacks
Here’s my question, though: are the parties for Super Bowl LVII going to be as big in Massachusetts as they would be if, say, it was the Patriots in the Big Game taking on the Eagles and not the Chiefs? I’m guessing no. I’m guessing that since it’s a non-New England year, it’s not a cattle call to all family and friends. I’m guessing the average Super Bowl soiree this year will be a little more low-key.
Still, though, there will be food. And plenty of it.
The Gambling.com rankings break it all down, and I’ve shared their Top 10 below. If I’m being honest (and I am), it’s not a controversial list. There is one item, however, that I was surprised to see. It sits at No. 9. Will it be a surprise to you, too? Or is it a Super Bowl party staple at your table? Take a look, and remember to keep an eye out for Ozzy Osbourne and Joan Jett during the commercial breaks on Super Bowl Sunday. Oh, and pass the nachos, please. Thanks.