05/22/2015 17:43 EDT | Updated 05/25/2015 08:59 EDT

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

One of the more Quebecois ways to celebrate marriage yet.

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 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.

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