Caribbean Passion Smoothie (Jamba Juice Recipe)

This Caribbean Passion Smoothie is a copycat of the popular Jamba Juice recipe: Fruity and delicious perfection! Make it in 1 minute with just 5 ingredients.

If I’m going to Jamba Juice, I’m ordering the Caribbean Passion Smoothie.

Or I should say… When I used to go to Jamba Juice… because now that I know the secret to my all-time favorite menu item, I don’t really need to go there anymore.

This Caribbean Passion Smoothie is a copycat of the popular Jamba Juice recipe: Fruity and delicious perfection! Make it in 1 minute with just 5 ingredients.

What do they put in Jamba Juice Smoothies?

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Most of their fruit smoothies include a combination of fresh or frozen fruit, fruit juice, and frozen sherbet.

If you’re wondering if there is a lot of sugar in a fruity Jamba Juice Smoothie, the answer is emphatically yes.

This Caribbean Passion Smoothie is a copycat of the popular Jamba Juice recipe: Fruity and delicious perfection! Make it in 1 minute with just 5 ingredients.

The only potentially tricky ingredient here is the mango passion fruit juice. I found a few different options after perusing a couple of stores. My favorite option is the Welch’s Chillers Mango Passion Fruit Juice Drink (it’s so low in actual juice, I’m embarrassed for them, but it’s delicious).

I also found a Minute Maid Light™ Mango Passion Fruit Drink which is only 15 calories. It works, especially if you are calorie-counting, but it definitely has that “artificial sweetener” taste. In a pinch, you can buy passion fruit juice and mango juice separately and mix them in equal parts.

This Caribbean Passion Smoothie is a copycat of the popular Jamba Juice recipe: Fruity and delicious perfection! Make it in 1 minute with just 5 ingredients.

And that’s it! You can use fresh or frozen fruit for the strawberries and peaches. If you have a low-end blender, it may be helpful to use fresh fruit or thaw the fruit before blending.

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This Caribbean Passion Smoothie is a copycat of the popular Jamba Juice recipe: Fruity and delicious perfection! Make it in 1 minute with just 5 ingredients.
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Caribbean Passion Smoothie (Jamba Juice Recipe)

This Caribbean Passion Smoothie is a copycat of the popular Jamba Juice recipe: Fruity and delicious perfection! Make it in 1 minute with just 5 ingredients.

Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Keyword peaches, smoothie, strawberries
Prep Time 1 minute
Total Time 1 minute
Servings 2 servings
Calories 219 kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 cup mango passion fruit juice
  • 1 cup strawberries fresh or frozen
  • 1/2 cup peaches fresh or frozen
  • 1 cup orange sherbet
  • 1/2 cup ice

Instructions

  1. Place all ingredients in a blender in the order listed above or according to blender manufacturer’s instructions. Blend on high speed until smooth.

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36 comments

  1. Yum! Total Jamba Juice nut too – I’ll have to try this!


  2. I’ve never been to Jamba Juice, but I can’t wait to try your recipe. I’m always looking for new smoothie recipes and it’s so pretty and girlie.

  3. This sounds fantastic! I don’t have a Jamba Juice near me :( so I can’t compare. But I have no doubt your homemade version is probably every bit as good, if not better!


  4. Meggan, you are literally making my mouth water with this! I’m not usually a smoothie lover, but I think this would be the one to change all that. My favourite fruits are mango and passion fruit, so say no more …

  5. I’m SO making this! I love, love, love the ingredients you have in this smoothie! Love mangos, strawberries are great, like a tasty peach, and orange sherbet is a childhood favorite! Pinned and definitely making!

  6. Seriously, I don’t think I’ve ever been to a Jamba Juice! I’ve never lived near one. But who needs them when you can make this great smoothie at home?! Great recipe, Meggan!

    • Thanks Julie, it is pretty tasty! I hope you love it! I didn’t grow up near a Jamba Juice either but now it’s a staple in LA. But now I get to avoid the traffic and just drink up at home. :)

  7. I’ve never tried this caribbean smoothie at Jamba Juice, but now when I know the secret, I’ll just make it at home :) Looks fantastic! Love the pink color! Pinned!

  8. Looks YUMMY! Thanks so much for sharing!!


  9. It’s 30 degrees, clear blue skies and I’m just back from the beach. If I had this, it would be a PERFECT summer morning!! I love this! This is my kind of smoothie – love the colour, the fruit you use AND you haven’t added any power seeds of powder into it (yeck!). Loving your pics too! :)

    • Ha ha, exactly! No chia seeds, no spirulina, no whey protein… no kale for that matter. :) I wouldn’t call this a health food although you do get a bunch of nutrition from the fruit. So yummy. I hope you get a chance to try it!

  10. Such a beautiful smoothie!! I literally just tagged you in my post for tomorrow :)

  11. Looks delicious. I will drink this and close my eyes and pretend I am on a tropical vacation!

  12. I dont have blender but wish i can try this!

    Looks so good!

    Thanks for the recepe! <3

  13. I do live in the Caribbean on a tiny island, so I am going to try to make this with as much fresh fruit as I can find here now. I’m going to leave out the ice cream only because I need to loose weight now, but will do that later. I just made the citrus flax green smoothy with what I had on hand and it was tasty.

  14. I’m in Australia, and orange sherbert isn’t something I see around. Is there something that would be a decent replacement?

    • Hi Melissa! Do you have orange sorbet around? They are basically the same thing except Sherbet has dairy in it (milk fat). But the orange flavor would really close. That would be my best suggestion. I looked at some recipes for making homemade orange sherbet but I think that would defeat the purpose of making this simple smoothie. I hope this helps! Good luck! If you end up trying it, I’d love to hear what you think. Thanks again.

    • Lo champ,
      I actually work at Jamba, and the usual subsution for when we dont have orange hardback is adding 2-4 oz of Orange Juice. And adding 4 ounces more of strawberries and 2 ounces nore of peaches.
      Toodles :)


  15. How many servings/ounces does this yield? Son asked for fruit smoothies instead of cake for his birthday, so need to make for 10 people.

    • That’s awesome that he requested that! One batch makes 2 smoothies, so you’ll need to make 5 batches. What a good kid. :)


  16. Nice recipe could not find the Welch’s juice but found one at Sprouts, probably not as sweet though and I think the smoothie reflected that. Still delicious though thank you. Now if I could just find Inta Juice’s recipe for their Caribbean Cooler!

  17. I love that you have a smoothie without yogurt as the main ingredient – I like the sherbet twist. My body doesn’t love the yogurt smoothies but I still love the ease and deliciousness of a smoothie. Thanks for sharing!

  18. I love jamba juice make their Caribbean passion all the time in the summer I add a little twist coconut rum delious

  19. Have you found a good substitute for the Welch’s Chillers Mango Passion Fruit Juice Drink? I can’t seem to find it anywhere and the Welch’s website doesn’t show it anymore.

    • Hi David, I had no idea that product was gone. Thank you for letting me know! I’ll take a look at a few stores and see what I can find and update the recipe accordingly. I appreciate the info.

    • I found the juice at Trader Joe’s and also at Aldi.

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