Kelli Roberts

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Kelli Roberts is a skilled Vegan Chef with a plant-based diet certificate from Cornell University, and is a certified health & nutrition counselor from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She has been vegetarian for nearly 20 years and vegan for 11, and is a Level 3-certified TriYoga teacher. Kelli teaches vegan cooking classes and programs to transition to a plant-based diet (online and in person), leads vegan yoga retreats, and offers individualized nutrition and lifestyle counseling.

www.kellisvegankitchen.com 

Kelli Roberts

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  1. […] By: Kelli Roberts, a skilled Vegan Chef with a plant-based diet certificate from Cornell University, and a certified health & nutrition counselor from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. I’ve experimented with sugar-free sweeteners in the past, with mixed results. I’ve done some great things with xylitol (a sweetener derived from the birch tree), and it’s virtually tasteless. Now that xylitol is becoming more readily available, some manufacturers are going the cheap route and using corn in theirs, so check the label when you buy and make sure that it actually comes from birch. As for stevia…. I’m really not a stevia girl. I can’t stand the taste of it, or the aftertaste I should say. I’ve heard from some stevia fans that there are some good brands, or that the whole leaf is better than other variations, but it hasn’t worked for me yet. Now when I was getting herbs for my container garden this year, I came across a stevia plant and bought it. When it gets a little bigger, I’ll dry and crush some of the leaves and see how that works. If not, it’s a nice addition to the garden. 🙂 For the cupcakes that I made last week, I used monkfruit. Monkfruit is an Asian fruit that is dried & powdered for use as a sweetener. It is fairly tasteless, but has a bit of an aftertaste. Definitely not like stevia though. It worked really well for these cupcakes, but I also wanted a nice fruity sweetness, so I filled them with puree from a perfectly ripe mango. I’ve been working on perfecting a light and fluffy vegan buttercream and have gotten some amazing results, but those versions usually have a little powdered sugar in them. In order to make this frosting without any sugar, I used a combination of coconut cream and Earth Balance, with just a touch of sweetener added. Combined with the mango filling, they had the perfect amount of natural sweetness. Sugar-Free Mango Filled Vegan Cupcakes Cupcake: […]

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