Halloween Candy Kimchi Ramen Bread #ramenbread

Now I know what you’re thinking. ‘He’s gone mad, The Ramen Rater, he has.’ Not in the slightest. No more than usual, at least. I thought I would try something and see what would happen. Making bread is a lot of fun and I’ve never made any kind of really sweet sugary bread before and kimchi ramen would have a tangy and acidic bump to it, right? Well, so here we are. Tons of candy in the house and a bread machine wanting to make ramen bread. Let’s give it a try!

Halloween Candy Kimchi Ramen Bread #ramenbread


I hope you’re ready to see amazing – because that’s exactly what this is – a big win!


  • 1 pack Nongshim Kimchi Noodles – noodles block cooked and drained & sachets
  • Halloween Candy (I used fun size of the following: Whoppers, Hershey chocolate bar, Twix, M&MS (plain and peanut), Sour Punch Bites) – frozen
  • 2 1/4 cups flour
  • 1/4 cup oil
  • 1 cup water
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • active dry yeast


  1. Add 3/4 cup water, oil, seasonings from ramen, and sugar to bread machine
  2. Add 1/2 flour, drained noodle, almost other half flour, yeast, and little bit of flour left on top
  3. Start bread machine – used BASIC setting and MEDIUM crust setting
  4. During the kneading process – when its close to done, add in all your candy while it’s still very much frozen
  5. Sit back and enjoy

French Toast

  1. Mix 1 egg, chocolate milk, cinnamon, and sugar in a bowl.
  2. Add a slice of bread for 30 seconds, flip over
  3. Add to buttered skillet and fry – flip it over until done
  4. Add a little syrup


Looks promising and smells kind of like muffins.

A very heavily speckled bread!

Finished (click to enlarge). I figured since it was so sweet it would really make decent French Toast – and it did! This was really interesting stuff. The standout was the Sour Punch Bites which ended up with the flavor of something akin to a raspberry filling you’d find in a doughnut. A truly fascinatinh animal, this is. Enjoy! Experiment! #ramenbread!

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