The 28-year-old was one of the last five left but unfortunately did not make it through to the end.
The mum-of-two wasn’t disappointed by her exit however and was grateful for her experience on the show.
“I never thought I’d even be on MasterChef – I thought I’d be going home in the first week, and I kept saying that every week,” she told SMH.
“Looking back now, I know anything is achievable – sometimes you just need to take a chance. Getting your (MasterChef) apron is the massive highlight – that’s the beginning of changing your life.”
“I pinch myself every day – I was blown away by the experience,” she added.
Chloe also loved the fact that she became an inspiration for some. “There are kids coming up to me saying they’re cooking and they’re inspired by me – that’s what you really want,” she said.
It wasn’t all positive though as she felt some people judged her unfairly.
"A lot of people have been judging me because I'm a nutritionist," Chloe revealed to TV Week.
"They're surprised I've been making desserts and things that haven't been particularly healthy I don't think I'm a very pushy person when it comes to what people should be eating," Chloe added.
"I'm all about trying to get people to eat more veggies, thinking about what they put in their meals. People should be able to enjoy life without feeling guilty," she said.
Moving forward, Chloe hopes her experience on the show will lead her to open her own cooking school.
"I put my career aspirations and dreams on hold so my partner could accomplish his," she says. "So they just overwhelmingly want me to follow my dreams.
"I like to think of myself as resilient – I bounce back and persevere through difficult situations. That's exactly what I plan to do."