Allow the dessert to cool for two hours so that the chocolate topping sets up. Remove it from the pan, cut, and then serve. “[The] secret to clean cuts is to use a knife carefully heated on [the] stove. It will melt through the chocolate,” Lee says.
Once the dessert is ready to serve, feel free to garnish it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or chocolate ice cream with peanut butter bites. “Since I had a bunch of bananas foster already, that goes amazingly well,” Lee adds. If the kiddos are helping fix this recipe, one way to make it fun is to add colorful sprinkles atop the peanut butter and chocolate topping.