10 Secret Jamba Juice Smoothies and How to Make Them at Home

published by Enkscribbler on May 29, 2008

Homemade recipes to make some of the secret Jamba Juice flavors that you probably haven’t even heard of.

Maybe you’ve heard of Jamba Juice’s secret menu and maybe you haven’t, but even if you haven’t you can still brew up your own blends of smoothies at home without the hassle of driving down to Jamba Juice, putting up with the obnoxious music and trying to deal with the energetic employees who are most likely trying to fund their crack habit. I’ve rated the smoothies 1-10 according to how I feel they rank and let’s face it, I’m probably right. However, to each their own so head down to the grocery store, pick up supplies and go nuts!

Here’s some tips you should look over before you start blending just in case you run into any problems.

  1. For all juice, use a juice concentrate with half the recommended water, this will give your smoothie the similar texture of a jamba juice.
  2. All scoops are standard ice cream scoop sizes.
  3. Make sure to use sherberts and not ice cream because sherbert greatly affects the consistency of the smoothie.
  4. One scoop of fruit is equivalent to 1 ice cream scoop.
  5. If you wish to make more than the allotted amounts I’ve given you just make sure you add equivalent amounts of product in the same ratio.
  6. If your smoothie turns out thinner than you wanted, add more of the appropriate sherberts or frozen yogurt.
  7. If your smoothie turns out thicker than you wanted, add more of the appropriate juice.
  8. For OJ, lemonade and soymilk no concentrates are needed.

All right, here we go.

  1. Orange Berry Blitz

    Start with 8 oz orange juice. Then add 2 scoops of pineapple sherbert. Next add 2 scoop of frozen strawberries. Then 1 scoop frozen blueberries. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  2. Get Up and Mango

    Start with 8 oz peach juice. Then add 2 scoops of frozen yogurt. Next add 2 scoop of frozen mangoes. Then two scoops of frozen peaches. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  3. Pina Colada

    Start with 10 oz pineapple juice. Then add 2 scoop of pineapple sherbert.Then add 2 scoops Next add 2 scoops of frozen bananas. Here you’re going to need to add a tablespoon of coconut powder, if you don’t have coconut powder from the store you can buy a coconut and use the shavings instead. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  4. Skittles

    Start with 8 oz peach lemonade. Then add 1 scoop of lime sherbert. Then add 2 scoops frozen yogurt. Next add 2 scoop of frozen strawberries. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  5. Fruity Pebbles

    Start with 8 oz soymilk. Then add 1 scoop each of raspberry, orange, lime and pineapple sherbert. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  6. The Sunny Days

    Start with 6 oz orange juice, then add 6 oz of lemonade. Then add 2 scoops each of orange and lime sherbert. Next add 2 scoop of frozen mangoes. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  7. Sour Patch Kids

    Start with 12 oz lemonade. Then add 1 scoop each of raspberry, orange, lime and pineapple sherbert. Next add 2 scoops of frozen blueberries. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  8. Pink Starburst

    Start with 6 oz peach juice, then add 6 oz of soy milk. Then add 1 scoop of raspberry sherbert, 1 scoop frozen yogurt, and 1 scoop sorbet. Next add 2 scoop of frozen strawberries, cut into 1/4ths. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  9. Strawberry Cheesecake

    Start with 12 oz passion-mango juice. Then add 2 scoops frozen yogurt. Next add 2 scoop of frozen strawberries, cut each strawberry into 1/4ths so itll blend easier. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

  10. White Gummy

    Start with 8 oz peach juice, then add 4 oz of soy milk. Then add 1 scoop each of raspberry, orange and pineapple sherbert. Next add 2 scoop of frozen mangoes. Then add 2 scoops of crushed ice. Blend until desired consistency.

This is for you to enjoy and I take no responsibility for your actions. If this is popular enough I have another round of secrets stashed away. ENJOY


14 Responses so far | Have Your Say!

  1. # 1 by Anonymous
    June 17th, 2008 at 12:27 pm #

    OMG! thanks for the info. This is exactly what I need. Thanks!

  2. # 2 by The TKing
    September 9th, 2008 at 2:42 pm #

    Head over to jambaunderground.wordpress.com, there are tons of secret smoothie recipes, and if you have more feel free to submit them so everyone can enjoy :)

  3. # 3 by John
    November 23rd, 2008 at 7:12 pm #

    The word is “sherbet”.

  4. # 4 by zeke
    May 3rd, 2009 at 7:31 pm #

    the secret is my BALLS!!

  5. # 5 by nicole
    November 25th, 2009 at 1:48 am #

    okay, the music may be obnixious but i am definitely NOT on crack.

  6. # 6 by dawnette
    April 14th, 2010 at 4:43 pm #

    the music is stupid, the workers get tired of it too. also, we get in trouble if we’re not energetic. the theory is if we’re more ‘enthusiastic’ you’ll want to give us more money more often… your right about the crack thing XD j/k

  7. # 7 by Cherilyn
    April 24th, 2010 at 10:42 pm #

    how do you make the sorbet? can you provide the recipe for me? Please? any kind of sorbet, but raspberry to be exact!! Thanks

  8. # 8 by jessica
    August 27th, 2010 at 8:50 pm #

    do you know how to make strawberry dreamin?

  9. # 9 by Jenai
    September 6th, 2010 at 7:00 pm #

    Thanks so much! Please post your other recipes!

  10. # 10 by Chris
    April 4th, 2011 at 4:08 pm #

    I don’t get what they mean with tip number one, please help!!!

  11. # 14 by jennifer
    September 21st, 2012 at 10:25 am #

    You should add Carribean Passion to your list! It’s my families’ favorite and I make it almost every day for my kids after school!!!
    I have the recipe if you need it;)

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