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 modified this recipe from one I found in Lorna Sass's book, "Pressure Perfect." Tomato sauce has a high sugar content,and it burns easily. I find it's a good idea not to let tomato sauce come in contact with the bottom of the pressure cooker. I just add the cooked vegetables to the pressure cooker, then the chicken, and then the pasta sauce, without stirring.
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.
This recipe is healthy enough to eat for breakfast, but it's good enough to serve as a dessert. I especially like it because my husband has high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Oats are supposed to be good for reducing high cholesterol, and the topping for this dessert includes 1 cup of oats.
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.