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The most popular Thanksgiving side dishes and desserts in every state

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While most Americans make turkey for their Thanksgiving feast, the rest of what they eat varies, often by geography.

General Mills analyzed data from the top Thanksgiving-related search terms on and from Nov. 1 to Nov. 23, 2017 and broke out the results by state. 

Here's are the most popular side dishes and desserts by state, according to General Mills: 

Alabama: sweet potato pie

Alaska: monkey bread

Arizona: turkey

Arkansas: coconut cream pie

California: peach cobbler

Colorado: banana bread

Connecticut: chili

Delaware: apple pie

Florida: sweet potato casserole

Georgia: macaroni and cheese

Hawaii: crescent rolls

Idaho: cinnamon rolls

Illinois: turkey stuffing

Indiana: corn casserole

Iowa: scalloped corn

Kansas: cherry pie

Kentucky: salmon patties

Louisiana: pecan pie

Maine: apple crisp

Maryland: mashed potatoes

Massachusetts: blueberry pie

Michigan: stuffing

Minnesota: egg bake

Mississippi: ham

Missouri: Cake Mix Cookies

Montana: Impossible Pies

Nebraska: Pumpkin Bars

Nevada: coffee cake

New Hampshire: chocolate cream pie

New Jersey: sausage stuffing

New Mexico: cherry pie

New York: cinnamon French toast bake

North Carolina: cake

North Dakota: pumpkin pie

Ohio: peanut butter cookies

Oklahoma: cornbread dressing

Oregon: cranberry sauce

Pennsylvania: bread stuffing

Rhode Island: butternut squash

South Carolina: chocolate cake

South Dakota: green bean casserole

Tennessee: sausage balls

Texas: broccoli rice and cheese casserole

Utah: candied yams

Vermont: dumplings

Virginia: corn pudding

Washington: biscuits

West Virginia: pumpkin roll

Wisconsin: pumpkin cheesecake

Wyoming: sweet rolls

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