Step into a world where freezers are portals to a delectable array of frozen food brands as we find out which brands New Yorkers say are their favorite.

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Familiar household names such as Digiorno, Eggo, and Tyson have long been the trusted go-to foods for New Yorkers but which exact brands are the ones we reach for the most?

Curious to uncover which frozen foods are most popular in each state, the team at Mr. Appliance turned to sources such as Tasting Table, Buzzfeed, and Mashed. They then looked at Google Trends, analyzing the search volume of 80 different savory frozen food brands and 65 dessert frozen food brands over the past five years.

The classic Eggo Waffles are one of the most loved frozen foods, coming in as the most searched brand in four states including in New York where Eggo Waffles took the crown as the most popular frozen food brand.

While waffles hold a significant slice of the nation's frozen food scene, the demand for vegan and vegetarian options is surging. In Oregon, one brand stands out above the rest: Amy's Kitchen. This organic, and vegetarian frozen brand has been a staple among health-conscious people since 1988.

Connecticut, on the other hand, is all about Caulipower as Connecticut residents enthusiastically embrace cauliflower as their preferred frozen food brand.

The American love affair with frozen desserts is just as big as our love affair with frozen food and it's easy to understand why. Whether indulging in velvety ice cream or savoring fruity popsicles, these frozen treats gift us joy.

Halo Top took the crown as the number one frozen dessert pick in six states. Tied for second place were Edward's and Drumstick. In New York, Häagen-Dazs was the most popular frozen dessert brand.

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