Watch: What Would Be Your One Last Bite? It's a Sweet and Savory Pair for Gaby Dalkin

There can be only one: your very last bite — ever. Have you ever thought about what it would be? In One Last Bite, FoodNetwork.com asked chefs, bloggers and actors from around the country that very question, and their answers are simply mouthwatering.

In this episode, blogger Gaby Dalkin, of What’s Gaby Cooking fame, selected a pair of sweet and savory specialties to enjoy as her last bite: Carne Asada Fries loaded with citrus-marinated beef and creamy, smoky guacamole, plus a hunk of her now-famous Slutty Brownies, three layers of decadence featuring chocolate chip cookies, chocolate sandwich cookies and rich brownies.

Click the play button on the video below to watch Gaby dish on these over-the-top treats, and go to FoodNetwork.com to watch more One Last Bite videos.

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Slutty Brownies: One Last Bite 01:59

Host Gaby Dalkin explains what makes the perfect Slutty Brownies and Carne Asada Fries on Food Network's original series - One Last Bite.

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