I love making Copy Cat Recipes! It is so much fun being able to enjoy our favorite restaurant treats at home. John absolutely loved this Copy Cat Arby’s Jamocha Shake. He has been complaining that he is not drinking as much coffee because it is so dang hot and he keeps getting headaches. After drinking this Copy Cat Arbys Jamocha Shake Recipe he told me he would be happy to get his coffee any day from one of these.
This recipe is SO EASY to make! It only takes a few minutes and you have a fantastic Copy Cat Arby’s Jamocha Shake to enjoy! If you are looking for a non-coffee copy cat recipe check out this recipe for a copy cat Orange Julius (YUM-OH) or this Copy Cat Wendy’s Frosty is always great on a hot day! Oh have you seen this Copy Cat Sonic Peanut Butter Shake…hello yum!
What are your favorite ways to cool down on a hot summer day? We are all in for ice cream, shakes, or any frozen beverage. I love that this recipe is so dang easy to make and I can whip it up in a few seconds. No stressing just relaxing with this cool treat that tastes so good and has a nice hit of coffee that is so needed!
Plus I don’t have to drive anywhere which is a bonus! I can just sit out and relax with an iced coffee shake and not have to deal with traffic or craziness. Do you feel like people drive just a tad bit crazier in the summer? It feels like everyone is in a crazy hurry to get places and driving becomes a video game challenge to get to the grocery store.
Copy Cat Arby’s Jamocha Shake Recipe
Jamocha Shake Ingredients
- Cold coffee
- Low-fat milk
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Chocolate syrup
How do you make an Arby’s Jamocha Shake?
1. Combine coffee, milk, sugar and blend in the blender for 15 seconds
2. Add in ice cream, chocolate syrup and blend until creamy
Makes 2 16-ounce drinks
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Copy Cat Arbys Jamocha Shake
- Combine coffee, milk, sugar and blend in the blender for 15 seconds
- Add in ice cream, chocolate syrup and blend until creamy
- Makes 2 16-ounce drinks
Recipe originally shared on July 23, 2013. Updated on March 25, 2020