This blocker looks like four coloured icings stacked on top of another, packed in a silvery plastic sachet. It also looks like whipped cream topped with chocolate that is also topped with whipped cream and chocolate, making it irritating to look.
Five-layered icings are single-tile stationary blockers that requires five hits to clear. The only ways to destroy them are to make a match adjacent to the blocker, special candy effects (including jelly fish), and cake bomb five times. These blockers have four degrades and can hide jelly underneath it.
Due to the number of moves it takes to destroy it, this blocker is one of the most hated blockers in the game.
It is mistaken for a "cupcake" by some players.
It used to be the symbol for icing layers (required as part of new candy order levels) even in levels with no five layered icing, probably because it is the most layered icing to date. However, five-layered icing counts as five points in the frosting orders. It is uncertain if six-layered icing will ever be released.
Since the switch to HTML5 version, the symbol is now of four-layered icing instead.
This is chronologically the last blocker that can be spawned by the magic mixer. It is first seen in level 1448 (it is also unique as it is a special spawner capable of spawning any of the ten possible blockers). Level 1451 is the first level with a normal magic mixer which can spawn five layered icing.
This is the first type of icing to be found in licorice locks (officially appearing in Level 2575).