How to Make a Jack in the Box Bacon Milkshake

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Jack in the Box Bacon Milkshake


In addition to launching their new “Marry Bacon” ad campaign with a commercial in the 2012 Super Bowl, Jack in the Box added a “secret” item to their beverage selection to further emphasize their love of bacon, The Jack in the Box Bacon Milkshake. If you love bacon and don’t happen to live near a Jack in the Box restaurant, use our Jack in the Box Bacon Milkshake recipe to make your own sizzling milkshake at home. While you will not find the bacon milkshake listed on the menu, it is available for a limited time if you ask for it. The smoky, bacon flavor does not come from actual bacon, however. Instead, the San Diego-based fast-food chain uses “bacon flavored syrup” in their drink.

Start to finish: 15 minutes

Serves: 2


JackBaconMilkshake.jpgFlickr: theimpulsivebuy
Offered by Jack in the Box
Customer service phone 1-800-955-5225
Served as Drink, Dessert
Main ingredients Vanilla ice cream, milk, bacon flavored syrup
Cooking method Blended
Similar to How to Make a Burger King Bacon Sundae
Author Julie Clark
 

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Jack in the Box Bacon Milkshake Ingredients

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 1 cup half & half[1]
  • 1/4 cup Torani bacon syrup[1]
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract[2]
  • 2 tablespoons white sugar[3]
  • Whipped cream, for garnish
  • 2 whole maraschino cherries, for garnish


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Jack in the Box Bacon Milkshake Recipe

  1. In a blender, combine all of the ingredients.
  2. Using a medium setting, blend the mixture until smooth.[1]
  3. Pour the milkshake into two 12-ounce drinking glasses.
  4. Garnish each milkshake with whipped cream and a cherry.

Marry Bacon Commercial

Check out the Jack in the Box 2012 Super Bowl ad that spearheaded the “Marry Bacon” campaign.

Comments

  • To make a milkshake with fewer calories, substitute whole or skim milk for the half & half.
  • While the Jack in the Box Bacon milkshake does not contain actual bacon, you can sprinkle bacon bits on top of the whipped cream for additional bacon flavor and crunch.
  • Torani flavor syrups come in a multitude of flavors, many of which can be found in your grocery store. If you are having difficulty finding the bacon flavor, it can be ordered directly from the Torani website.[4] You can also experiment by using different Torani syrups in this recipe to create new flavors. Try substituting chocolate ice cream to add even more variety to your milkshakes.

Also See: How to Make a Burger King Bacon Sundae, How to Make a Chick-fil-A Milkshake, How to Make a Red Robin Gingerbread Milkshake, How to Make Wendy's Frosty, How to Make a Smoothie Like McDonald's

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 http://torani.com/recipes/shake-bacon
  2. http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipefinder/classic-vanilla-milkshake-ghk
  3. http://allrecipes.com/recipe/vanilla-milkshake-v/
  4. http://shop.torani.com/