We Tried The New Jack In The Box Basic Witch Shake: The famous fast-food chain Jack In The Box is known for its tasty burgers and new menu items.
A new holiday shake called the Basic Witch Shake was just added to Jack In The Box’s menu.
We call ourselves foodies, so we just had to try it for ourselves. So, we went to the closest Jack in the Box to find out what everyone was talking about.
In this article, we’ll talk about how the new Jack in the Box Basic Witch Shake worked for us.
We’ll talk about everything, from the taste and texture to the way it looks and how it makes you feel. So, let’s get started without further ado!
What’s in the new Basic Witch shake?
Jack in the Box says that the Basic Witch shake begins as a regular vanilla shake. It becomes a Halloween treat when pumpkin spice and crushed Oreos are added.
The milkshake has whipped cream and, at least in the picture on the menu, a maraschino cherry on top.
We didn’t get a cherry with our order, but that didn’t bother us. It seems like the pumpkin spice ice cream would not have gone well with it.
The exact ingredients in Jack in the Box’s shakes don’t seem to be mentioned online, so we can only guess what’s in this product beyond the basics.
The pumpkin spice taste seemed to come from some kind of syrup since there was a small bit of bright orange syrup at the bottom of the cup that didn’t get mixed in with the rest of the shake.
The chain’s nutrition facts sheet says that the creamy thing on top of its drinks is not real whipped cream, but some kind of whipped topping.
Where can you get it and how long is it available?
Even though pumpkin spice season seems to start earlier and earlier every year, Jack in the Box is going against the trend by only selling the Basic Witch shake in the fall.
From October 3 to November 20, you can get this holiday treat at any Jack in the Box store in the United States.
According to Thrillist, the company is offering the regular size for $4.69 and the large size for $5.19.
If a pumpkin spice milkshake with Oreo bits isn’t enough dessert for you, you can get a pretty sweet deal when you order the Basic Witch shake online or through the Jack in the Box app.
If you use the offer code ACTUALLY FALL, you can get a free five-piece order of churros to dip into your shake.
This seems to be a joke about the fact that many other places start selling pumpkin treats in the summer.
How does it compare to other milkshakes?
Aside from this limited option, you could say that Jack in the Box’s milkshake menu is pretty “basic.”
You can get the basic trio of vanilla, strawberry, or chocolate, or you can get an Oreo shake that doesn’t have pumpkin spice in it.
All of these shakes are tasty, but none of them is anything you haven’t seen before. Aside from the mini churros, the company also has New York-style cheesecake, Chocolate Overload cake, and other sweets.
I find it interesting that you can’t just get ice cream at Jack in the Box. If you want a creamy cold treat, you can only get a milkshake.
If you want pumpkin spice ice cream for dessert from a fast food place, you don’t have to go to Jack in the Box.
You can also get a Pumpkin Pie Blizzard from Dairy Queen, which doesn’t seem to contain any real pumpkin, or an Autumn Spice milkshake from Chick-fil-A, which doesn’t claim to be pumpkin-flavoured but has many of the same sweet spice notes.
The Basic Witch shake nutrition facts
As you might expect from a milkshake from a fast food place (or really any milkshake), the Basic Witch shake is a calorie bomb full of sugar and fat.
Jack in the Box doesn’t give a full list of what’s in this limited-time shake, but it does say that a 16-ounce standard has 760 calories and a 24-ounce large has 1,080 calories.
So, if you eat 2,000 calories a day, a large Basic Witch shake has more than half of the calories you need for the day.
The Oreo shake, which has 50 fewer calories in a normal size and 90 fewer calories in a large size, is the closest thing to the Basic Witch shake that the restaurant gives full nutrition information.
We think that the extra calories in the seasonal shake come from the spice syrup. Other than that, the two tastes probably have about the same amount of calories and other nutrients.
A regular-sized Oreo shake has 28 grams of fat, of which 18 are unhealthy saturated fat and 1 is unhealthy trans fat. It also has 78 grams of sugar, which is a lot.
The verdict: It’s a fun seasonal frozen dessert
We might just be simple witches, but we liked this Halloween-themed Jack in the Box.
This milkshake was thick and hard to drink through a straw at first, which we liked better than a shake that was weak and easy to drink. Cinnamon and nutmeg hit hard in the first sip, making it very spicy.
At first sip, the flavor was a bit overpowering, but as we sipped more, it became more balanced and enjoyable. People who like spicy pumpkin spice goods will like this shake.
The crushed Oreos stayed crunchy even after being mixed into the shake, which was a nice change of texture.
We also liked the chocolate and pumpkin spice tastes together more than we thought we would.
This drink tasted creamy and natural, not like it was full of stabilizers and chemicals like some fast food shakes.
Surprisingly, it wasn’t even sickeningly sweet. Although we prefer the regular Oreo shake, the Basic Witch shake was a delightful variation with a fun twist
Overall, the new Jack in the Box Basic Witch Shake surprised us. It tasted great and looked festive, making it the perfect treat for fall.
Even though it might be too sweet for some, we think you should try it. If you’re craving a sweet, fall-themed treat, head to Jack in the Box and try the Basic Witch Shake!
We Tried The New Jack In The Box Basic Witch Shake. Here’s How It Went!
FAQs – We Tried The New Jack In The Box Basic Witch Shake. Here’s How It Went
Jack in the Box has come out with a new holiday shake called the Basic Witch Shake. It tastes like a mix of vanilla and pumpkin spice and has whipped cream on top.
The Basic Witch Shake is not gluten-free because it has gluten in it.
There are 700 calories in the Basic Witch Shake.
The Basic Witch Shake has a creamy texture, the right mix of tastes, a fun presentation, and a whipped cream topping, which are all things that make it a good drink. Some people might find it too sweet, and it’s only going to be around for a short time.
No, the Basic Witch Shake is not offered year-round. It is only sold during the fall.