I got this recipe from Stevia Sweet Recipes By Jeffrey Goettemoeller. He recommended using carob chips, but I think I'll stick with regular chocolate chips, besides probably omitting the sesame seeds. However, it looks like a great recipe, and I look forward to trying it.
I found this recipe in a very good book (which is sadly no longer in print) that I got from the library. The book is called "The Best Bread Ever: Great Homemade Bread Using Your Food Processor." (I use an 11-cup food processor.) I copied this recipe out of the book, with a few modifications to make it easier to read and follow. The author has a lot more great hints about making bread, and if you can find it in your library, I would seriously recommend it.
This recipe was submitted by Kashmir in Vermont at cdkitchen.com. I am submitting it at Zaar for storage. I had to guess at the sizes of the cans because they weren't specified. You may wish to tweak the recipe according to the quantities on hand.
I found this recipe on campbellkitchen.com. It looks like this exact recipe doesn't exist on the site, although several recipes are very similar, so I'll post it here. I haven't found that the topping adds much to the dish, so I don't usually put it on.
I cooked up this recipe based on some other recipes for black bean soup that I've seen on this site and elsewhere to please my husband. It's very easy to make and he tells me it's delicious, though I haven't had a chance to try it on anyone else. If you want to substitute canned black beans for dry, I think 1 or 2 14 oz cans would be enough.