I tried the new, limited edition breakfast flavored ramen noodles so you didn't have to.  Thank me later.

Picture this: your alarm doesn't go off in the morning, you're running late for work, and grab whatever quick snack you see in the kitchen.  Normally, it's a banana, granola bar, or a packet of oatmeal.

Well, now if you're ever running late you can grab a breakfast cup of ramen noodles.  Yes, you read that right.  Ramen noodles for breakfast.

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There are two different flavors that just got released: Pancakes and Syrup or Everything Bagel with Cream Cheese.  Yeah, neither of them sound appealing and I had no desire to try either of them until my coworker, Michelle, left one on my desk at work.  Of course I had to taste test it!

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On Walmart's website, they describe the Everything Bagel flavor as "a saucy mix of caraway seeds, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, garlic, onion and cream cheese flavor."

They weren't wrong - it's very "saucy" and the cream cheese flavoring did not mix well with the ramen noodles, in my opinion.

I Taste Tested The Brand New 'Everything Bagel' Ramen So You Didn't Have To

Spoiler alert: It was, in fact, not a party in my mouth.  More like... a disaster.  If you plan on never trying it, don't worry I did the dirty work for you.

Here's my reaction to trying the Everything Bagel with Cream Cheese ramen!

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Overall, I'd give it a 0 out of 10.  Unfortunately, they dropped the ball on this one, but that doesn't stop me from trying the Pancakes and Syrup flavor!

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