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As of version 1.176, all regular icing squares were soft-replaced with one-layered frostings.
This page is about regular icing. For multilayered frosting, see Multilayered frosting.
Regular Icing

Regular icing (also known as icing or meringue or whipped cream) was a blocker in Candy Crush Saga. It was the first blocker encountered in the game, being introduced in the 3rd episode, Lemonade Lake, level 21, and was considered one of the easiest blockers to destroy, along with their current counterpart, one-layered frosting.


First appearance Latest appearance
Level 21 Level 6951
Web - Level 1/Dreamworld
Smartphone icon - Level 3/Dreamworld
Level 638/Dreamworld

For the list of levels that used to have this blocker, see here.


Regular Icing Degrader

Degradation process

Icing is a stationary blocker that occupies only one space. It can be broken by making a match adjacent to it, or through any special candy effects reaching the blocker. As with all other blockers, jelly might be underneath it. If a jelly is underneath an icing, the player is required to first clear the icing before reaching the jelly. 20 points is given when one icing is cleared. This is a very easy blocker to destroy compared to the other blockers in the game.


If there is a large amount of icings to deal with, consider making a lot of special candies, such as striped candies and wrapped candies, to destroy them. The icing is immune to the colour bomb itself.


  • Because of the previous name, regular meringue, not being an official name, it was often known by other names such as frosting, whipped cream, puff, cream, icing (official name), ice cream, cupcake, etc.
  • Along with marmalade, it is arguably one of the easiest blockers to destroy in the game.
    • Formerly, one-layered frostings could be cleared by a colour bomb hitting the candy next to it, while regular icing cannot. This difference was removed in later versions, meaning that regular icing and one-layered frostings behave exactly the same way.
      • This may be why regular icing was removed.
  • The sound emitted when regular icing is destroyed sounds like a "puff", whereas the sound emitted when multilayered frosting is destroyed sounds like when chocolate is destroyed. 
  • Despite both types being icing, regular icing and the multilayered frosting have completely different textures.
  • After multilayered frosting was introduced, regular icing became less common (lots of levels have one-layered frostings instead of regular icing), before being eventually phased out altogether.
  • This is chronologically the first blocker to be introduced in the game.
  • Despite making its first appearance in level 21 of Reality, it made its first appearance in Dreamworld in level 1 (Web) (level 3 on mobile), before Dreamworld was removed.
  • Level 1123 was the 100th level to have regular icing.
  • Level 1329 was the first level where this blocker can be spawned by a magic mixer.
  • One-layered icing spawned by magic mixers were always regular icing, not sachets. After regular icing was removed, magic mixers can spawn sachets instead.
  • This was the (unofficially) second blocker that the Sugar Chest can encase and the first immovable blocker. This is due to level 2474 being changed. This happens officially in level 2688 (for multilayered chests) and Level 2715 (for single-layered chests).
  • Level 2969 was the first level with locked regular icing.
  • Regular icing had the tilemap code 007.

Poll Edit

Would you consider regular icing a removed blocker?

The poll was created at 21:05 on May 14, 2020, and so far 43 people voted.



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