CC Antya 6.72

ni-sakḍi nānā-mata prasāda ānila
prabhure āge diyā bhakta-gaṇe bāṅti dila
Word for word: 
ni-sakḍi — food cooked in ghee; nānā-mata — various types; prasāda — remnants of the Lord’s food; ānila — he brought; prabhure āge — in front of Lord Nityānanda; diyā — placing; bhakta-gaṇe — to all the devotees; bāṅṭi dila — distributed.
Translation: 
He brought many kinds of food cooked in ghee and offered to the Lord. This prasādam he first placed before Lord Nityānanda and then distributed among the devotees.