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This Poutine Wedding Cake From Patate Mallette Is Making Our Hearts Hurt

05/22/2015 09:43 EDT | Updated 05/25/2015 12:59 EDT

This may the most Quebecois wedding cake we've seen yet.

Beauharnois, Que. snack bar Patate Mallette received a, shall we say, unconventional request when a patron asked for a poutine that would feed 12 people attending a bachelorette party for bride-to-be Patricia Truchon.

Patate Mallette did them one better — they came up with an idea for a three-tiered poutine wedding cake.

The snack bar posted a video of its delectable creation to Twitter.

And they also shared photos of the gut-busting dish on their Facebook page.

Merci à Émilie Deschamps, l'organisatrice de l'enterrement de vie de jeune fille de son amie Patricia Truchon, d'avoir...

Posted by Patate Mallette on Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Patate Mallette spokeswoman Catherine Lévesque-Sauvé told Le Journal de Montreal she spent two days preparing the recipe.

Her work resulted in a scrumptious-looking poutine weighing in at over 12 kilograms — 10 of which were fries, 2.5 kilograms of cheese, much of it covered with a litre of sauce.

A 245-gram poutine has 710 calories, according to CalorieCount.com. Multiply that 49 times and that's almost 35,000 calories.

Lévesque-Sauvé said Patate Mallette has since received more requests for creative poutine creations.

How do you top this one?

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