Introduction: Popeye Power Cookies

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Make your muscles bulge like Popeye! These no-bake raw cookies are packed with wholesome goodness, yes including spinach! 

Step 1: Gather Ingredients

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You will need:

Food Processor or Strong Blender

2 Cups Spinach (Yup that's right, just stay with me!)
1 Cup Raw Almonds
10 Large Dates (Remove pits)
3/4 Cup Peanut Butter
1/2 Cup Honey
1/2 Cup Almond Meal
1/2 Cup Oats
1 Tbs. Flax Seed
1 Tbs. Green Superfood Powder
1 Tbs. Coconut Oil
1/2 Cup Coconut Flakes
1/4 Cup Coconut Flakes (To roll cookies in after)

Step 2: Pulse Wet Ingredients

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Place all ingredients in the food processor EXCEPT:

Flax seeds
Almond Meal

Pulse in food processor until everything is a small texture, should be very sticky at this point. 

Step 3: Add Dry Ingredients

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Pulse in with the wet ingredients:

Flax Seeds
Almond Meal

Pulse everything together until it starts to ball up.

Step 4: Roll Cookies in Coconut Flakes

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Make desired size cookie balls and roll in coconut flakes. 

Step 5: Enjoy or Save for Later

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Enjoy your Popeye Power Cookie immediately (and watch your muscles bulge!) or save them for later. If you want to save them, wrap each cookie in plastic wrap and put in refrigerator. 


flowercrafter (author)2014-05-18

I substituted tahini for the peanut butter. Came out great. I'm wondering how long they will last in the refrigerator with the raw spinach but they will probably be gone in a day or two anyway.

wilgubeast (author)2014-05-07

Nicely done. Try cropping your photos to 4:3 or 1:1 next time to see how your Instructable comes out. I suspect that your project will look a bazillion times fancier with some aggressive cropping. (Try Pixlr, maybe? Website or app or built into the photo uploader.)

ameliamjones23 (author)2014-05-05

Its 1/2 cup coconut flakes. Thanks for catching the typo, its now accurate on the Instructable.

bgipson1 (author)2014-05-05

12 cups coconut flakes
Or is it 1/2 half cups
sounds good might try

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