While the globe might look complicated to make, it's actually quite easy with the help of 2 identical-size cereal bowls.
Start by melting your butter (or coconut oil for a dairy-free option) and marshmallows, then stirring in some blue food coloring. Make it a shade or two darker than you want your finished product to be, as it will look lighter with the Rice Krispies mixed in.
Stir in the Rice Krispies 2 cups at a time, until everything is well mixed and all the cereal is coated in the ooey-gooey blue marshmallow mix.
Grease your cereal bowls and your hands with more butter or coconut oil. The better-greased your bowls are, the easier it will be to remove the globe. Use your fingers to press the Rice Krispies Treats into the bowls. You want to mimic the shape of the bowls, leaving the centers hollow and having the Rice Krispies Treats rise a bit above the rims of the bowls.
Fill 1 of the Rice Krispies Treat bowls with your favorite candy. I chose M&M's because chocolate goes so well with Rice Krispies Treats, and the candy coating helps keep them from melting as the globe cools.
Place the other bowl upside down on top of the candy-filled one.
Press down firmly until the bowls are touching, and then let the globe cool for at least 1 hour. I stuck mine in the refrigerator.
Carefully pull 1 of the bowls off the globe. You can use the handle of a spoon or fork to pry the bowls apart if you need to.
Pull the second bowl off the globe. If you're having difficulty getting it off, then a thin, flexible frosting knife can be wiggled around between the bowl and the globe to help separate them.
Once you have the globe free from the bowls, you can place it onto a glass to frost on the continents. Use a #16 star tip to pipe a pattern of stars in the general shapes of continents.
A sharp knife can slice wedges out of the globe and reveal the sweet surprise in the center.
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