More detailed directions (with pictures)
Important note – all ingredients for the cake need to be at room temperature.
Mix agave with stevia.
Add eggs to the mix.
Mix all these ingredients using a whisk, or you can use a mixer to beat the mix at medium speed
Add in some vanilla extract and mix well.
Then add in the dry ingredients.
Use a whisk to beat well or use a mixer at medium speed for 2-3 minutes
Add butter to the mix. The butter should be at room temperature and soft. If not, melt it in a microwave
Pour the mix in the ramekins
Place in the pre-heated oven and bake for 30-35 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean (with no wet dough on it).
Once they are baked, let them cool. They will come out of the ramekins easily once they cool off (but not so well if they’re still hot).
If you want to make the whipped cream at home, then you need to use some very chilled heavy cream (also known as whipping cream). Man, this whipping cream is so chill!
Beat continuously making bigger loops, so that more air gets in and you can get stiff peaks, it takes around 2-3 minutes, else you may use a mixer to beat the cream.
Cut the cake in 2 slices and place the kiwi slices with cream on top. If you want to evenly spread the cream, you may use an icing cone.You may choose to add 2 tablespoons of agave to kiwi slices.
Place the other cake piece on top of the cream and again top with whipped cream and kiwi pieces. Such delicious!