CC Madhya 3.73

ācārya bale — akapaṭe karaha āhāra
yadi khāite nā pāra pāte rahibeka āra
Synonyms: 
ācārya bale — Advaita Ācārya says; akapaṭe — without pretense; karaha — kindly do; āhāra — eating; yadi — if; khāite — to eat; pāra — You are not able; pāte — on the leaf; rahibeka āra — let the balance remain.
Translation: 
Advaita Ācārya then requested the Lord to simply accept the prasādam without pretense. If He could not eat it all, the balance could be left on the plate.