Jack in the Box Introduces Ribeye Burgers, Breakfast Pockets and More

Earlier this year, Jack in the Box tested Ribeye Burgers in select markets.  New Ribeye Burgers now have a wide release and are available for a limited time only.  Here are your options:

  • All American Ribeye Burger – 100% premium ribeye beef burger. provolone cheese, spring mix, red onions, hand sliced tomato, and mayo on an artisan potato bun.  640 calories, 41g fat, 850mg sodium, 38g carbs, 2g fiber, 6g sugars, 32g protein
  • Havarti & Grilled Onion Ribeye Burger – 100% premium ribeye beef patty topped with havarti cheese, grilled onions, hand sliced tomato, mayo, and a red wine glaze on an artisan potato bun.  670 calories, 42g fat, 870mg sodium, 42g carbs, 2g fiber, 9g sugars, 32g protein

On the breakfast side of the Jack in the Box menu are new Breakfast Pockets… available with either sausage or ham:

  • Sausage & Egg Breakfast Pocket – Made with sausage, a freshly cracked egg, and two melty cheeses in a grilled flour tortilla.  600 calories, 35g fat, 1040mg sodium, 46g carbs, 2g fiber, 2g sugars, 23g protein
  • Ham & Egg Breakfast Pocket – Made with grilled ham, a freshly cracked egg, and two melty cheeses in a grilled flour tortilla.  450 calories, 20g fat, 960mg sodium, 42g carbs, 2g fiber, 2g sugars, 20g protein

On the seasonal dessert drink portion of the Jack in the Box menu update is the new Pumpkin Spice Shake which features real ice cream made with pumpkin spice syrup and gingersnap cookie crumbles. A regular size Pumpkin Spice Shake will set you back 860 calories, 41 grams of fat, 112 grams of carbs, 92 grams of sugar, and 13 grams of protein. 

8 comments on “Jack in the Box Introduces Ribeye Burgers, Breakfast Pockets and More

  1. Sandy says:

    So sad we don’t have any Jack in the Box in the Chicago area…I grew up with it in California.

  2. Justin H says:

    Tried the Havarti one the other day. Sad to say no idea if the burger patty was good or not because the “red wine” glaze completely overshadowed everything else. The sauce tasted way to sweet with an after taste of liquid smoke. One of the first items from Jack in the Box I couldn’t finish. So word of advice go with the All American.

  3. Anderssen Copper says:

    Tried and liked the Havarti Ribeye alright; $5.89 at this location. Doubt I would order it again, but it did have a distinct steak flavor and was an ok size… although my patty was overcooked.

  4. JP says:

    I got the ham and cheese pocket on the first day available and it was huge, and the tortilla was toasted like a CrunchWrap Supreme.

    Waited a few days, got the sausage, it was smaller and the tortilla was soft.

    Good deal for $2

  5. BigBelly says:

    We were in the test market for these back in February, and enjoyed the Havarti and grilled onion version. Now we have the All American & a Bacon n Blue Cheese model to choose from. The blue cheese one says it has peppercorn sauce on it, and I think it looks like it has the grilled onions, sounds like it might be worth a try.

    • BigBelly says:

      It was good, the blue cheese was sparsely applied (and there were grilled onions), so it didn’t overpower every bite. Compared to the bacon and Swiss buttery jack (just the patty), it had a beefier taste to it, but both were pretty good that night.

  6. bobo says:

    All these ‘ribeye’ and ‘angus’ burgers just tell me your regular burgers are crap.

  7. doctorx0079 says:

    Once again I ask, is the ribeye patty really that different from the regular ones? Has anyone tried a side-by-side taste test?

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