An ice cream favour called 'Toxic Swamp' may not sound particularly palatable to the average ice cream lover, but to nine-year-old Christopher George, it's the best tasting treat ever - because not only does he have a lifetime supply of the oddly named ice cream but he created it too.
Sweet-toothed Christopher is living the schoolboy dream and is now the proud owner of his very own ice cream after being crowned the winner of a recent national kids' competition by Sainsbury's.
With a mix of 'zombie goo', crunchy white bones' and toxic sludge', all of which aren't as nightmarish as they sound (it's actually made of mint, strawberry and white chocolate), his winning formula wowed judges.
Christopher is now stepping into Jamie Oliver territory, as his 'Toxic Swamp' ice cream treat is on sale in 350 sales nationwide.
"I still can't believe I have won! It's so exciting to go into Sainsbury's and actually buy the ice cream that I created. My friends are really excited to taste some of my Toxic Swamp ice cream invention," says an excited Christopher.
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