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Jamba Smoothies at Home

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Recently, I was contacted by a PR company representing Jamba’s new line of all natural make at home versions of their smoothies.  I have been a big fan of Jamba for a while.  Also, I am a smoothie lover.  I love to have a smoothie to start my day off.  So of course I was totally on board when they asked me if they could send some samples for me to try.  They have 3 varieties for Jamba Smoothies at Home – Razzmatazz®, Mango-a-go-go® or Strawberries Wild®.

Jamba All Natural Smoothies contain real fruit, non-fat yogurt, and an antioxidant boost with 100% of your Daily Value of Vitamin C.

Each serving is fat-free, provides one full serving of fruit, and contains 0mg cholesterol and 120 calories or less when prepared as directed. Each package makes two, eight-ounce servings and retail for retail price of $2.99 to $3.29.  The only thing you need to add to the product to make them is apple juice, which I always have laying around my house.  The packages also each have a $1 coupon off a smoothies at the Jamba retail locations.   They’ve at home versions have already begun to arrive at a number of  grocery retailers such as Albertson’s, Meijer, Costco, etc.; and Walmart will begin carrying them nationwide this month.

I have tried similar products before and have not been impressed. 

I did however, love the Jamba Smoothies at home.  My favorite was the Mango-a-go-go.  It tastes amazing.  My second favorite was the Strawberry Wild.  I decided to try to orange juice in place of the apple juice, delicious!  I have included the recipe below for that.  On both of these flavors of smoothies, I did need to add more juice that listed on the package to get them to mix in my blender.  The package calls for 8 oz. of apple juice and I probably used closer to 12 oz. of juice.

The last version  I made was the Razzmatazz and it was my least favorite.  I also made it with the larger amount of juice figuring it was just like the other to favors.  This however, was a runnier version and was too runny with the larger amount of juice.  Next time I will try the one with the recommended 8 oz of juice listed on the package for the Razzmatazz flavor.
I loved the smoothies and can’t wait to find them in a store near me.  Jamba has also been nice enough to give me some coupons for free smoothies along with a $1 off coupons.  I will be giving away coupons for free smoothie packages along with a $1 off coupons to to 8 lucky readers.  All you have to do to enter is leave a comment as to which smoothie flavor you would want to try.  You have until Sunday June 27 at 10 pm (MST) to enter.  Winner will be selected using random.org and will be notified by email.

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Jamba Smoothies at Home

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  • 1 8 oz pkg of Jamba All Natural Smoothies Strawberries Wild flavor
  • 1-1/2 cups orange juice (I like to use the light version for less calories


  • Place ingredients in blender.  Blend on low or pulse for 20 seconds to break up cubes.
  • Blend on high for about 1 minutes until smooth and desired consistency. Makes two 8 oz. servings.
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  1. I would love to have this smoothie for breakfast!! I would try the Strawberry Wild!!! Be so refreshing and delicious!!!

  2. I have only found the Razzmatazz, its pretty good. Knowing you liked it the least makes me want to find the other flavors!

  3. I love the Mango-a-go-go. Reminds me of my travels to the Carribean. Can’t get back there yet, but these smoothies make me so HAPPY!!!!!!

  4. I love the Strawberries Wild from Costco. You don’t have to add extra juice if you have a marginal blender. I also do, and I only add 1/4 of the bag at first then blend it smooth. I add the other 3/4 of the bag, one quarter at a time and my blender has no problem. The last blend takes a bit longer, than the first three, but it still works fine with my $19.99 cheapo blender.
    I also use only 1/2 cup apple juice with 1/2 cup water. It’s a little less sweet, but only has 180 calories for a 16oz portion!
    The mango sounds yummy. I wish they had that at Costco.

  5. I would love to try the Strawberries Wild – love it from Jamba. But I love anything with raspberries, so I would also want to try Razzmatazz. My husband makes his own version of Jamba shakes, but I would love the convenience of these.

  6. Strawberries Wild® sounds yummy, but I’ll need to get a blender. Mine blew up and found out the hard way that a food processor just won’t cut it!

  7. Absolutely love smoothies – its a great way to get the kids to eat soft fruit and once in a while you can throw in a evgetable or 2 and they are not the wiser.
    I can’t wait to try these Jamba smoothies especially the Mango-a-go-go.

  8. Wow, this is so exciting. Jamba Juice is my favorite. I’d take any of those flavors — they’re all great!

  9. I would LOVE to try mango-a-go-go!! My husband is in love with mangoes and they are really starting to grow on me too!

  10. I would try the Mango a go go because I trust your taste and love Mangos. Cant wait to try them though!!

  11. I want to try Mango-a-go. I love mangoes! I buy them at sunflower market when they are on sale. My kids love them also. They make a great breakfast fruit. Yummy!

  12. We saw the strawberries wild at Costco yesterday and my son went nuts because that is his favorite when we go to Jamba. So that is the one I would get.

  13. i would love to try the mango-a-go-go! we stayed in park city at a B&B and they served the most amazing mango sauce on german pancakes, now i am hooked on anything mango!!!

  14. I love Jamba Juice. My favorite when I go to the store is Razzmatazz. I love strawberries so I would like to try Strawberry-wild. I saw these in my local Walmart last week and was excited to try them, since we don’t have a Jamba Juice in Tooele.

  15. Jamba Juice is the only way to go for smoothies!! I have heard about these coming to stores but have not seen them out yet. I would totally be interested in the Strawberry-Wild! Thanks so much for posting =)

  16. I love Jamba, pretty sure I lived off it my freshman year at BYU! I love the Razzmatazz, so sad you didn’t!

  17. I think my boys would love mango the best. Love to serve smoothies for breakfast; it’s quick and gets some protein, calcium and fruit into their systems.

  18. I haven’t been able to buy Jamba due to financial issues, but I have tried it in the past and it was so good. I think Strawberry-Wild would be so good. Love your blog!

  19. I totally want to try all three. I also love love love smoothies. I think I would like the Razzmatazz. Yum Yum Yum!

  20. My family loves Jamba. We try to make them at home, but some of them just don’t taste the same. That would be great to buy them at the store and have them whenever we want.

  21. What a great idea! I love smoothies, too. My favorite would be probably be the ‘Berries Wild.’ Although, they all sound delicious.