Jack in the Box Bariatric Friendly Food: After Gastric Sleeve, Gastric Bypass
Jack in the Box is known for their collective menu and their comical television and radio commercials. Not only do they grab your attention, but for most of us, they leave us craving a tasty menu item.
What should you order at Jack in the Box after bariatric surgery? Which foods are bariatric friendly to post gastric sleeve and post bypass surgery patients?
|Nutrition Facts||Side Salad with Low Fat Balsamic Vinaigrette||Mini Pancakes||Beef Taco||Grilled Chicken Strips||Grilled Chicken Salad||Classic Popcorn Chicken||Breakfast Jack||Chicken Fajita Pita||Grilled Chicken Club|
Bariatric Friendly Item Descriptions
- Side Salad with Low Fat Balsamic Vinaigrette – Iceberg and romaine lettuce, grape tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots and seasoned croutons.
- Mini Pancakes – Warm bite size pancakes, 8 in one order.
- Beef Taco – Beef with American cheese, lettuce and taco sauce.
- Grilled Chicken Strips – All white Meat chicken strips
- Grilled Chicken Salad – Flamed grilled chicken, cheddar cheese, grape tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, seasoned croutons on a bed of iceberg and romaine lettuce.
- Classic Popcorn Chicken – Made with 100% all white meat, breaded and fried.
- Breakfast Jack – Ham, Egg and American Cheese served on a bun.
- Chicken Fajita Pita – Pita has 16 grams of whole grain filled with flame grilled chicken, cheddar cheese, lettuce, onion and tomatoes.
Grilled Chicken Club – Grilled all white meat chicken with bacon, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise on toasted sourdough bread.
Meal Selections: Still having a hard time choosing
- Breakfast Jack
- Mini Pancakes
- Side Salad with Low-Fat Balsamic Vinaigrette and Beef Taco OR Grilled Chicken Strips
- Grilled Chicken Club
- Grilled Chicken Salad
- Chicken Fajita Pita
- Classic Popcorn Chicken and Side Salad
Side Salad and Beef Taco
Grilled Chicken Strips
Grilled Chicken Salad
Grilled Chicken Club
Classic Popcorn Chicken and Side Salad
Chicken Fajita Pita
Jack in the Box History
Opened in 1951, by a businessman in San Diego, Jack in the Box was designed with an intercom and drive thru window to accommodate motorists heading into the city. Complete with a large, Jack in the box clown upon the roof.
Within a decade the restaurant expanded into Arizona and Texas, then later sold over 200 locations into the Midwestern and Eastern markets of the United States.
Today Jack in the box is proud to provide customers with on-the -go convenience, an expanded menu to include hamburgers, salads and serving breakfast all day. Many locations include late night hours, opening 18-24 hours a day.