CC Madhya 4.96

mahā-prasāda khāila āsiyā saba loka
gopāla dekhiyā sabāra khaṇḍe duḥkha-śoka
Word for word: 
mahā-prasāda — spiritualized foods offered to Kṛṣṇa; khāila — ate; āsiyā — coming; saba — all; loka — people; gopāla — the Deity of Śrī Gopāla; dekhiyā — seeing; sabāra — of all of them; khaṇḍe — disappears; duḥkha-śoka — all lamentation and unhappiness.
Translation: 
Throngs of people came from different villages to see the Deity of Gopāla, and they took mahā-prasādam sumptuously. When they saw the superexcellent form of Lord Gopāla, all their lamentation and unhappiness disappeared.