Adrian Bayford won the massive sum with ex-wife Gillian in 2012, before splashing the cash on a plush £8.5million home in Cambridgeshire.
And now pals say he is eating around 60 pasties a week.
They cost him just £1.55 each but are being sent by Cornish mail-order firm Philps, reports The Sun.
A friend said: “He loves Cornwall and says the pasties remind him of it. He gets them delivered – it must be 50 or 60 at a time.
“He’s been having five to seven a day.”
“As a joke, I also said neither had I when in fact I had five lines upstairs waiting to be checked”
Following his winnings, Adrian said: “I had been watching the film ‘The Bank Job’ on TV while Gillian was out with friends.
“When she got back we decided to turn over and catch-up on the news.
“Scrolling along the bottom of the screen was the news that one person had won EuroMillions but Gillian confessed that she hadn’t had time to get a ticket.
“As a joke, I also said neither had I when in fact I had five lines upstairs waiting to be checked.
“By now both of our children had woken-up so while Gillian was trying to settle them back to sleep, I went to check the numbers on my phone.
“Gradually the numbers seemed to match-up with those on my ticket and I just couldn’t believe what I was seeing.
“I rushed back and turned on the main light at which point Gillian went ballistic.
“The kids really were awake by now. I was trying to tell her that we had won the lottery and she was telling me to keep the noise down.”
But after winning in 2012, Adrian announced he was splitting from his wife, Gillian, the following year.
He denied reports of an affair.
Adrian said: “Look, me and Gillian are getting along fine. We’re fine and everything that’s been printed is just rubbish.
“There have been rumours for months and none of it has been true, its all rubbish. We have separated now but we get on fine.
“We have kids and we still get along and talk to each other. We’re all happy now and life goes on.”