Jack In The Box’s Oreo Cookie Ice Cream Shake is one of the sweetest treats on the chain’s menu. But with an average of 970 calories and 115 grams of carbohydrate per serving, it’s definitely not a guilt-free snack.
In fact, you should avoid dessert-like shakes as often as possible because of their high fat and high sugar content.
The Oreo Cookie Ice Cream Shake is available in regular and large sizes. The regular Oreo Shake has 796 calories, while the large version has a whopping 1145 calories.
To burn off the small shake you’d need to run for over 55 minutes. And if you drank the large one, you’d have to run for about 90 minutes at a 10 minute/mile pace to get rid of the 1145 calories.
Jack In The Box Oreo Shake Calories and Nutrition
On average, Jack In The Box’s Oreo Cookie Shake has 970 calories, but, of course you already knew that. However, let’s break them down to learn more about where they’re coming from. So, with that said, 48 percent of the total calories come from fat, 46 from carbs, and the remaining 6 percent come from protein.
You can see the full nutritional breakdown of a regular Oreo Shake in the table below:
|Nutrition Facts (Regular Oreo Shake)|
|Calories From Fat||383|
Large Oreo Shake
|Calories From Fat||547|
The Oreo Cookie Ice Cream Milkshake at Jack In The Box contains the following allergens:
Ingredients and Allergen Information via JackInTheBox.com.