December 2022 Cooking Challenge

Are you new to the Feel Good Foodie Cooking Challenge? Join us this month to make the recipe of the month, leave a rating on the recipe post and be entered to win some fun prizes! Read more below.

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We’re excited for a new month of the Feel Good Foodie Cooking Challenge! In November you helped us generate 90 new ratings and over 40 new comments on the Pecan Pie — thank you so much! We were able to give a financial donation to Toys for Tots, while also awarding one of you a $100 gift card for participating. Thank you so much for joining us and for all of the photos and tags on social media!

Are you new to the Feel Good Foodie Cooking Challenge? Join us each month to make the recipe of the month, leave a rating and a comment for the recipe on the post, and you’ll help us toward our donation for our selected charity of the month and be entered to win some fun prizes!

December RECIPE: Oatmeal chocolate chIP COOKIES

Baking sheet lined with parchment paper with baked cookies layered on top of eachother and a small dish of chocolate chips in the corn.
What is the Feel Good Foodie Cooking Challenge?

This Cooking Challenge is a fun way for us to join together and cook or bake the recipe of the month! It also allows us to collect feedback from all of you on your experience with the recipe, changes you’d make, ingredients you’d add, and more. It helps you get in the kitchen and try something new!

How does it work?

We’ll announce the Cooking Challenge at the start of the month on all social channels and in our Facebook Group. You will have until the last few days of the month to make the recipe and leave a rating and a comment on At the end of the month, we’ll share photos of some of your creations and announce a winner of a grand prize gift of a $100 gift card to Amazon.

How do I enter the challenge?

To enter the challenge, it’s required that you leave a rating and comment on the recipe card. You can also share photos of your creations on Instagram Stories using #feelgoodfoodie and tagging @feelgoodfoodie or in our Facebook group (optional).


We believe in spreading love and kindness however we can. We’re going to give $1.00 for every recipe rating to Toys for Tots. Thank you for supporting our goals of giving back to missions and non-profits that we feel passionate about!


Thank you all for joining us on the December Cooking Challenge! You helped us generate over 66 recipe ratings and over 53 new comments so we were able to donate $140 to Toys for Tots this month! We randomly selected Samantha & Willow as our gift card winner and our team will be in touch through email to get you your gift. If you’re looking for what we’ll be cooking in January, head on over to the January Cooking Challenge.

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  1. Hello, wanted to try the recipe with healthier options. Would you recommend all oats instead of flour and oats? And what can I use instead of sugar? Thanks a lot

    1. Hi Soha! I have not tried replacing the flour or sugar in this recipe, so no guarantee on how they will turn out – But you could try substituting the flour for almond or coconut flour. If you want to grind up oats, you could also make your own oat flour. For the sugar, honey or even maple syrup would work. You can always cut out or down on the sugar. You’ll just end up with a less sweet cookie. If you end up replacing the flour or sugar, let me know how they turn out!

  2. What can we use as a substitute for eggs in this recipe ? I would really love to try them but without eggs!

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