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    • Ramen Dessert

      This confectionery delight of ramen noodles, chocolate syrup, confectioners sugar and vanilla is sure to please any sweet tooth cravings you're having!

      Ingredients-
      1 cup of brown sugar
      1 package of Ramen Noodles
      1 t vanilla
      2 cups of water
      1 cup of chocolate syrup
      Confectioners sugar (optional)
      Whipped topping (optional)

      Directions-
      Bring water to a boil in a medium sized pot. Add 1 package of Ramen Noodles. Save the seasoning for another day. Add 1 cup of brown sugar. Wait 10 minutes stirring occasionally. Drain water. Put the pot back on medium heat and add 1 cup of chocolate syrup and 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Stir occasionally. After waiting 5 minutes, take off heat and put in refrigerator for 1 hour. Serve and top with confectioners sugar and/or whipped topping.

      Recipe submitted by:
      Dustin Pike

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      Comments 4 Comments
      1. johnnyace1300's Avatar
        johnnyace1300 -
        OKAY people what i dont understand is how exactly is this meal budget friendly, you are basically dumping a whole freaking cup of brown sugar down the drain AND THEN on top of that you are ingesting an entire cup of chocolate syrup, for one thing no one should have to use an entire cup of syrup to make a desert using about 2 ounces or ramen, this is the dumbest s**t ive ever seen and id just like to say that i made an account on this great site JUST so i could complain about this ramen dish. BAM, you are welcome
      1. Candace's Avatar
        Candace -
        Hehe, so I guess it's safe to say that you're NOT a fan of this recipe? However, I thought I would point out to you, since you don't seem to be aware, that by commenting on it, you're bumping it up in the ranks of the Ramen Recipe Contest. Ironically, Your disgust of the recipe actually helped the person who shared it.

        You're better off posting something Positive on the recipes you like, rather than something negative on the ones you don't.
      1. jencarls's Avatar
        jencarls -
        Sounds Good but maybe brown sugar could be added or even lesser amount after noodles were boiled jencarls
      1. jencarls's Avatar
        jencarls -
        II will try this, but will try adding brown sugar with some cinnamon and nutmeg to give more flavor at small cost. Thank you this will be a new year dessert that's good on food budget!


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