I've printed from color negatives onto black & white paper. If you're used to black & white film, it looks and feels really strange, and it takes some tweaking to get the prints to look right. In my experience, some images made in color simply don't translate to black & white, but that's another thread.

I've also experimented with printing color slides (Velvia) onto black & white paper, then making contact prints from the paper negative. The results I got seemed a little high in contrast, but it worked. Try it with the paper negatives you made; you don't have anything to lose, and it's fun.