It may be hard in dealing with chocolate, locked candies and clearing double jellies; as the player is busy clearing icing to free the flow of the candies to the bottom, the chocolates will spread, so the playing field will become less and less by the time the player has cleared most of the icing.
Jellies are only located on the bottom section of the board, making it difficult to clear jellies by cascades. (Though you can still clear multiple jellies in one move with special candies.)
Some jellies are also located under the locked candies and licorice swirls, the former which is difficult to clear, as the player needs to make a match with a candy inside the locked candies, and the latter prevents the striped candies' effects from reaching the spot with the licorice swirls.
Remove the chocolate in the beginning and work from the bottom first. Vertical striped candies help a lot in this level as they open a way to let candies to fall to the bottom, especially the locked candies. Destroy the licorice swirls first before blasting the middle area with striped candies.