Low-Carb Diets Easy Low-Carb Bean Dip Recipe Share Pin Email Low-Carb Bean Dip. Thomas Frisk Photography/Getty Images Low-Carb Diets Snacks Basics Food Lists Carb Counts for Common Foods Low-Carb Cooking Tips for Dining Out Nutrition Side Dishes Desserts Product Reviews Atkins Diet Information Menu Help Main Dishes Recipes Low-Carb Recipes Popular Diet Plans Glossary View All By Laura Dolson Updated April 09, 2016 Prep Time5 min Cook Time0 min Total Time5 min Yield4-6 servings Low-Carb Bean Dip This easy bean dip recipe comes together in all of 5 minutes and will have your family and guests saying "olé!"Already low-carb by nature, it can be made super-low carb by using black soy beans, but many low-carb diets include some other beans as well in case black soy beans aren't your cup of tea. Ingredients 1 (14-ounce) can black soy beans (or other beans on the low-carb diet plan you are following) 4 ounces any fat level cream cheese, left out of the fridge for half an hour for better blending 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 cup medium-spicy salsa 1/2 teaspoon salt Preparation Into a food processor work bowl, place 1 (14-ounce) can black soy beans or other bean on your diet plan, 4 ounces room-temperature cream cheese (full-fat, low-fat or fat-free all work), 1 teaspoon garlic powder, 1/4 cup medium-spicy salsa, 1/2 teaspoon salt. Place the top on the food processor and run until a smoothy consistency forms. Remove from food processor work bowl and transfer to a pretty serving dish. Serve at room temperature. Refrigerate any leftovers. Nutrition Information for Entire Batch of Bean Dip: 23 grams of net carb, plus 23 grams fiber and 45 grams protein.What Are Black Soy Beans?Black soy beans are just a variety of regular yellow soy beans, although they are higher in some phytonutrients, including antioxidants. They are in net carbohydrates, and high in fiber, protein, vitamin K, iron, magnesium, copper, manganese, and riboflavin.A 1/2-cup serving of black soy beans has 1 gram net carb plus 7 grams of fiber (8 grams of total carbohydrate), 11 grams of protein and 120 calories.Black soy beans are great substitutes for higher-carb beans and don't taste "soybean-y" as the yellow ones do, but more like regular black beans. Fiesta!If you're thinking of throwing a low-carb Mexican-style party, these recipes won't disappoint. Low-Carb Refried Beans Recipe: This version of the Mexican classic is made with black soy beans. Easy Low-Carb Guacamole Recipe: Even though this is made with short cuts like garlic powder and salsa from a jar, the results always impress. Low-Carb Nachos Recipe: The toppings for traditional nachos recipes are low-carb, but it's the base that can kill you. Tortilla chips can ruin your carb count in a few bites. Alternatives include oven-baked cheese crisps, veggie chips, fried tofu, low-carb tortillas and pork rinds. Continue Reading Up Next Up Next Article Are Black Soy Beans Different from Other Soy Beans? Find Out Up Next Recipe Black Soy Beans Stand in for Navy Beans in This Barbecue Recipe Up Next Recipe Low-Carbers Can Enjoy Enjoy Refried Beans When Made with Black Soy Beans Up Next Article Low in Carbs, High in Nutrition: Hurray for Green Beans!