Add all the ingredients to the bowl: egg, sugar, leche evaporada, guayaba (make sure to break up the jelly in the whisking process), spices and vanilla. Add a pinch of salt.
Tear up the bread and toss in.
Mix well and let sit in fridge until you are ready to bake.
I poured it into a pan sprayed with floured baking spray.
After baking at 350 for 50 minutes, out came a guayaba bread pudding, with a crispy crust on top.
Next time, I'll add slices of guayaba paste instead of mixing in the jelly. Half the bread mix, layer of pastica de guayaba and the other half of the bread mix on top.
Would you try this at home?