Late Gadolinium Enhancement imaging is the gold standard for identifying infarcted myocardium. Existing data acquisition methods rely on good ECG-gating signal and breathholding to acquire images in quiescent diastolic cardiac phase. However, in patients with arrhythmias and when imaging at higher field strengths, R-R interval is inconsistent and a good ECG signal can be challenging. This can lead to increased acquisition time and inconsistent recovery of longitudinal magnetization affecting signal-to-noise ratio and optimal myocardial nulling. Here we propose an ungated free-breathing scheme that acquires multiple slices at the same time with consistent nulling of healthy myocardium at systole and diastole.