I started with a whisk, but ended up using an electric hand mixer for the ganache.
The milk chocolate layer is yummy, but I will try a darker chocolate the next time!
Rating: 5 stars
I have made many Martha recipes over the years, ranging from very time-consuming to simple. To me, this is a very straightforward recipe, relative to the finished product. If you are an experienced baker, it won't take much active time at all. It's worth the time to watch the video link for some pointers on technique. But considering how few ingredients there are, and how little time I spent on this, I was extremely happy with the result, as were all of my friends. Next time, I am definitely going to try this with a bittersweet (instead of milk) chocolate ganache for a more 'adult' flavor.
Rating: 4 stars
I made the recipe as written. Turned out perfectly. Cut into small triangle slices topped with whipped cream. So good and light.
This is a great dessert. Two recommendations:
1. It definitely is not setup in 2 hours. Let it sit over night.
2. Dark chocolate would be a good contrast to how sweet the peanut butter layer is. It's just barely too sweet with the milk chocolate.
Could you double the ingredients and put it in a 10 inch round tart pan?
Excellent! This was a crowd pleaser all around. Light and perfect for summer. I used half-and-half in the ganache as opposed to heavy cream and this yielded a great result. Add a dollop of Cool Whip light whipped cream and you're guaranteed smiles all around!