The Bengals are in the Super Bowl. While that still sounds strange to say out loud, it’s a fact. And what better way to cheer on Ohio in the big game by making sure your snacks are making the grade? We’ve compiled a list of some of the most interesting and delicious Bengals-themed foods around Columbus, so you can support Ohio’s own Joe Burrow in as many ways as possible.
The popular German Village establishment is repping WHO DEY with its Bengal Orangesicle Cream Puff. Even better, $1 from every Bengals cream puff sold from Feb. 5 until the Super Bowl (Feb. 13) will be donated to the Joe Burrow Hunger Relief Fund.
Bengals sushi, anyone? Fusian’s Joe Bur-Roll features shrimp, salmon, carrots, jalapeno, green onion, and topped with sweet soy, spicy mayo, sesame seeds and sesame chili flake for $9.
The popular Columbus spot for cheesecake and more is offering a Bengals Box in advance of the big game. The box includes chocolate chip cookie sandwiches with orange cheesecake that spell out “Who Dey,” in addition to mini cheesecakes recalling Cincinnati’s famous Skyline Chili, made from cheesecake topped with “spaghetti” buttercream, chocolate sauce and sprinkles. You’ll need to order this one by Feb. 9 to get in time for the Super Bowl, though.
This Shawnee Hills bakery regularly releases a handful of different Bengals-themed cookies on gameday, including footballs and orange number nine jerseys emblazoned with “WHO DEY.” They sell out fast, however, so make sure to get there early.
Like Bumbles, this Westerville bakery known for its lavishly-decorated goodies is released a variety of Bengals-themed cutout cookies on Feb. 12, the day before the Super Bowl, including the Bengals letter “B”, footballs and more. They will cost $42 per dozen.
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