It can be hard to deal with the five-layered icing and the chocolate spawners, as the only way to destroy the icing on the left-hand side of the board is by using horizontal striped candies or their combinations. Additionally the player only has 40 moves to deal with six 5-layered icing.
The empty sachets on the right-hand side of the board might make less room for the candies to spawn if not destroyed quickly.
The player is given nine horizontal and two vertical striped candies at the start. These will strip three layers of icing, if they are activated at the right time. The marmalade covering them helps keep them in position until they are needed.
You may have only one hazelnut to bring down, but there is no way you are going to do that if you do not clear the column of five-layered icings standing in its way. These icings should be your only focus while playing this level.
The first thing you need to do is to clear the marmalade squares bordering the left side of the right board. These are preventing you from hitting the icings across the way. Take them out quickly with special candies.
After clearing the marmalade, your goal is to engage the two vertical striped candies in the icing column. Activating these will do a lot of damage to the icings, making your job a whole lot easier.
Unfortunately, just activating the vertical striped candies is not enough to clear the icings. You will need to craft some serious horizontal striped candies if you are going to clear the icings. If you can, try to make a wrapped/striped candy combination. This will have a devastating impact on the icings.
Once you clear up the column, you need to keep an eye on the flow of chocolate squares.
You cannot let chocolate squares show up beneath the hazelnut, or they will block its path. Instead, you need to get the hazelnut to fall about halfway down the column before chocolate squares start appearing. Chances are, the chocolate squares will appear above the hazelnut. If this happens they will not affect the path of the ingredient too much.
If you find yourself besieged by chocolate, try to use moon struck to clear space.
If possible, save the clearance of the top icing for last. This will make the hazelnut fall down in one go without interference of the chocolate. On the other hand, if you bring down the hazelnut early, you might benefit greatly if you can get a striped/colour bomb combination to create vertical striped candies in the hazelnut column.
Use moon struck to improve your score for this level. Keep an eye on the moon scale to see when it is almost time for a moon struck. Before the moon struck occurs try to create as many special candies as possible to maximise it.
Try to make a horizontal move as your last move before moon struck. Doing this will cause any striped candies formed during moon struck to be horizontally striped, so that they can be used by themselves against the icing. If you make a vertical move before moon struck, you will get only vertically striped candies, which will only be useful in combination.
Be careful of the cascade effect in this level. If you get too many cascading moves, they may throw Odus, the owl, off balance, ending the level.