I give this recipe a four, primarily due to how it's supposed to work out (*laughing*), and biased only slightly by my recipe intervention... Ingenious, and surely a party-pleaser, I skipped the normal use for this recipe and hopped right on over to Earth Day Celebrations! Given my first time, I'm glad that I only made this for the kids I nanny for, and not a party. However, they didn't turn out a total trainwreck! Using an extra-moist cake mix, I baked it(of course), and totally ignored the frosting mixing into the ripped-apart-cake. Still luke-warm, and burning my palms slightly in the heat, I made the best spheres that I could - hey, I'm not artist - and shoved them in the fridge until I thought they were d decently firmed up. My "frosting/glaze" is simply milk and powdered sugar, peppered with some dots of food coloring(blue for the water, green for the land). So, completely coat your little earths in the water(blue), and stick 'em in the freezer until they're not all melty and runny. I then found myself a little paintbrush(with bristles that weren't all falling out!!! - and dabbed some Picasso-esque land masses with the green. Repeat in the freezer, and then glaze with some wispy white glaze for the icecaps and clouds! Voila!!!
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I give this recipe a four, primarily due to how it's supposed to work out (*laughing*), and...