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  • María Fernanda López

Guava Custard Bread Bake (Vegan & Low Carb)

This blogpost is sponsored by Silver Hills Sprouted Bakery.

At this moment I think we've all seen the famous TikTok custard bread recipe, and I have tried and and love it... I admit that it's such great and quick recipe to enjoy as a snack or breakfast but this recipe has a little twist and it's going to rock your tastebuds!

This is a great breakfast idea that includes, of course,Silver Hills Sprouted Bakery sprouted bread, some almond butter, plant-based protein in vanilla, coconut, almond milk and keto candied pecans... just a great ans delicious recipe you have to try right now!

About this Guava Custard Bread Bake:

This simple and delicious breakfast or dessert recipe that it's also plant-based and low in sugar I used simple and ingredients you've alredy have in your pantry, and for the main ingredient a good slice of bread is also important, a sprouted bread, for that I used Silver Hills Sprouted Bakery Sprouted & Organic Bread.

Plus this recipe has a great dose of vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C thanks to guavas, and vitamin E from the almond butter!

Why Sprouted bread makes the difference?

There are a few benefits that makes sprouted foods, in this case, bread better than the regular one. Starting of with the fact that they are easier to digest because sprouting allows some amino acids and carbohydrates contained in grains to break into easier to digest parts of them

You also get more of the nutrients since it breaks those anti nutrients from grains, that allows our bodies to get absorb the iron, zinc, magnesium and B vitamins that are included in whole grains.

You know that phrase "You are what you eat"? Well, I also read another similar and as a nutritionist I agree more with this one "You are what you absorb".

And this is so true! We might be eating healthy and that's great! But there are a few factors that can alter the way we absorb foods; gut health and foods. In this case, by choosing sprouted whole grains you are also making sure that you are getting the most of the benefits of these whole grains.

Nutrition is not complicated if we don't want to, it isn't boring as well! It's just about those little changes that makes the difference! From switching to sprouted bread to adding more colors into your meals that will create a impact that your body will thank you later.

Here are the ingredients used for this Guava Custard Bread Bake:

Simple and minimal ingredients, you see? I like to use alullose since it keeps glucose levels steady and it doesn't have a weird aftertaste. And it's also a 1:1 sugar replacement to coconut sugar or date sugar.

Well, overall this recipe is gut friendly and easy to digest. We are keeping it plant-based so we are using almond-based ricotta cheese that depending on the type you get will also contain some cultures AKA probiotics. So that makes the perfect combination to get that gut love and fuel your body after a workout as well!

The end result

A dense, flavorful and delicious guava bake. The taste of the guava along with the almond butter creates such a great combination of flavor that it's just hard to resist... hard to tell that this recipe is healthy, vegan and nourishing all in the same time.

Nutrition is also about sustainability and this is just a simple recipe that doesn't require a lot of process and can be easily stored in the freezer, perfect to have ready on the next morning that you and your kiddos will love.

This is a great recipe that your family or friends will love! Simple and elegant (and fun) no matter the occasion, this recipe is made to enjoy in the most effortless and most delicious way ever, I mean... only simple and minimal ingredients in a healthy vegan and low carb blondie!

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With love,



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Guava Custard Bread Bake

By María Fernanda López

Serves 9



  1. Preheat the oven at 350F.

  2. Fit a layer of the bread into a 8x8 baking dish (previously greased).

  3. Blend guavas, almond milk, almond butter, protein, alullose and baking powder until very smooth and add a layer of the mix on top of the first bread layer.

  4. Add another layer of bread and pour the rest of the mix and let it soak in for 10 minutes or more.

  5. Bake for 25 minutes. Then let it cool down.

  6. Top with shredded coconut, candied pecans and drizzle some keto vanilla syrup.

  7. Cut into 9 slices and enjoy!


Nutritional Information per serving (204 kcal)

Fat: 11.8g

Carbs: 17.2g

Fiber: 4.9g

Net Carbs: 12.3g

Protein: 7.5g


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