Oct 052003
 

Submitted By: Maggie

Submitted From: Southern Illinois University

    Ingredients:

  • 1 brick of ramen
  • peanut butter

Open ramen and save flavor packet for later. Most ramen is in a brick, and if
you look closely, has been folded in half. Break along this fold into two
thinner sheets.
Spread peanut butter on the dry ramen for a quick calorie boost.

Note: This is very good for backpackers, campers, and all other varieties of the poor and hungry. Be warned, you’ll get some strange looks from bystanders, unless you are among other backpackers. My roomate has dubbed this snack “Sh*t brick” because of it’s appearance. I assure you though, it’s quite delicious!

 Posted by at 8:08 am
Oct 052003
 

Submitted By: Maggie

Submitted From: Southern Illinois University

    Ingredients:

  • 2-3 packets of ramen noodles (any flavor)
  • 16 oz. bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • several cups of powdered sugar (confectioner’s sugar)
  • 2 tbsp. margarine
  • 1 gallon-size ziplock bag
  • Optional: several globs of peanut butter

Discard flavor packets (or save them for later, very tasty on white rice!) and
crush dry (uncooked) ramen into bite size pieces. It’s ok of little bits break
off, it’ll all stick together in the end. In saucepan or microwave, melt margarine and chocolate chips. Stir until smooth. If you want, you can add peanut butter for extra flavor and calories. Stir in the noodle bits and mix until evenly coated with chocolate goop. Put powdered sugar in ziplock first, then add chocolate-covered noodles. Shake
vigorously. When everything is pretty evenly coated, spread out on sheets of wax-paper or cookie sheets, breaking any large clumps up into bite-size bits. Cool and enjoy!

Note: I got this idea from a recipe for “Muddy Buddies” on a Chex box. Chex is good,
but ramen is better!

 Posted by at 8:08 am