Poutine with a Twist


I just can’t keep this one to myself. It’s so good and if you’re looking for a little twist on the Plain Jane poutine, this is for you!


4 large bakers potatoes, sliced into french fries (or wedges if you prefer) – if you don’t have a fry maker, this is the one I have HERE

olive oil

4 -5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (you can dice, or shred with two forks after it’s cooked)

1 can cream of chicken soup

1 c. chicken broth

1/2 pkg onion soup mix

1 pkg of chicken gravy mix

1 pkg ranch dressing mix

6 ozs herb & garlic cream cheese

1tbsp of cheddar, chive & bacon Epicure seasoning

1/4c. milk

1 box of stove top dressing (made as per package directions – you can use homemade dressing if you prefer…our family just happens to love Stove Top)

1 c. grated cheddar cheese or Cheese curds if you prefer


In the slow cooker, combine the cream of chicken soup, chicken broth, onion soup mix, ranch mix, gravy mix & Epicure seasoning. Whisk in pot until semi-smooth (any small chunks will melt out as it cooks and gets stirred later). Add in the chicken and coat it well and then drop in the cream cheese. Don’t judge it yet, it doesn’t look the best at this stage πŸ˜‰

Turn slow cooker on LOW and let cook for about 6 hours. I stirred it once at the half way mark but you don’t have to…It’s just a habit of mine πŸ˜‰

About 1 hour before it’s time to eat, preheat your oven to 425.

Take your homemade fries (or wedges) and lightly coat them with olive oil and then place evenly on a lightly greased pan. Be sure to not have them laying on top of each other so they all get crispy & put them in the oven. Flip them after 30 minutes or so to get the other side crispy.

Poutine with a Twist

Slice them up

Poutine with a Twist

Better then frozen

Five minutes before your fries are done, mix up your Stove Top according to packet directions.

When fries and Stove Top are done, give your slow cooker mixture a little stir to make sure all is mixed well and then the fun part of ‘building’ your poutine begins!

Poutine with a Twist

Add some cheese

Poutine with a Twist

Stuffing goodness

Layer some fries on your plate, top with some grated cheddar cheese (or curds), then a spoon full of stuffing, then top with a scoop of your chicken mixure and ENJOY!!!

Poutine with a Twist

VOILA! Enjoy!


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