Your logic is flawed. If God does not exist, then "God cannot eat it" is a nonsensical statement.Even I can make a burrito that hot, that God cannot eat it, and for that I only have to assume or state, that apart from my thoughts and mind, God does not exist.
Not in the context the original question is typically asked. However, to avoid belabouring the point, I will state a more general claimWell your logic here is very flawed.
The following question is nonsensical:
"Can an omnipotent being do something it cannot do?"