Healthier Choice Ramen Recipes

Healthy Ramen

Healthier Choice Ramen Recipes


Ramen hasn’t always gotten a good rap when it comes to the Health and nutrition aspect. We all know those little packets of delicious flavor are absolutely loaded with sodium and some even have the dreaded MSG. With that in mind, we’ve found some recipes that we think you’ll enjoy that have circumvented the issue and added some nutritional qualities to boot!





Healthy Ramen

  1. Alfredo Ramen & Veggies
  2. Citrus Ramen Summer Salad
  3. Creamy Corn Ramen
  4. Creamy Chicken Ramen w/ Mushrooms
  5. Creamy Veggies & Ramen
  6. Dandelion Ramen Dish
  7. Easy Pad Thai
  8. Healthy Ramen Noodle Salad
  9. Lo Mein Ramen
  10. Oriental Cheese Sauce Noodles
  11. Oriental Chicken Salad
  12. Ramen Alfredo
  13. Ramen Noodle Broccoli Slaw
  14. Ramen Salad
  15. Romen Salad
  16. Real Chicken Noodle Soup
  17. South of the Border Ramen
  18. Spaghetti & Spinach Ramen Frittata
  19. Spaghetti Marinara Ramen
  20. Speedy G’s Mexican Sketti
  21. Spring Ramen Salad
  22. Stir Fry Ramen Noodles
  23. Taco Ramen Salad
  24. Tangy Lemon & Lime Ramen
  25. Thai This Ramen Curry Soup
  26. Thai Veggie Ramen Stir-fry
  27. Tomato Ramen Soup
  28. Tropical Chicken Ramen
  29. Veggie Ramen
  30. vegetable Ramen Soup
  31. 3- Bean Ramen Salad
  32. 7- Layer Ramen Salad

7 Layer Ramen Salad

7 Layer ramen salad is exactly as it sounds, layer upon layer upon layer of delicious ingredients- corn, peas, bacon, chopped hardboiled egg and peppers for a twist to a old time favorite.


You will need:
- 1 package of ramen noodles
- 2 cups of water
- 1/2 cup of green peas
- 1/2 cup of sweet corn
- 1/2 cup of cooked bacon
- 1 hardboiled egg, chopped
- Mayonnaise (to taste)
- Lettuce
- 3 T. chopped green pepper


1. Cook the ramen noodles according to package, but don’t add the seasoning.

2. Drain and rinse with cold water.

3. Add the peas, corn, bacon and mayonnaise, mixing it all together.

4. Pour the mixture onto a bed of fresh chopped lettuce, add green pepper and chopped hard boiled egg.

5. Mix again.

6. Eat right away or let it set in the fridge, either way its awesome.


Note: Save the seasoning packet for another recipe or a mug of hot broth.

Source – This recipe adapted from the following Recipe: 7 Layer Ramen Salad

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