What are some good uses for peanut butter?

My mother loves to buy jars and jars of peanut butter but never eats, no one in my house really likes peanut butter so it's just in the cabinet waiting to be used.

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ChrysN7 years ago
If the jars are unopened and not old you can give it/them to a food bank. 
Glad(to-meet-ya)ys (author)  ChrysN7 years ago
There is like a cabinet half way filled with un-open jars of peanut-butter =]
Thanks, a lot of people rely on food banks, I'm sure it will be appreciated!
JEFFYBAGS6 years ago
Take the lid and a lag screw and a large flat washer and attach it to a tree about waist high. Take the jar and add some molasses to it and stir well. Screw the jar onto the lid then cut the bottom of the jar off with a knife. The deer and squirrels love it.
LoneWolf6 years ago
Bombs lol
acidbass7 years ago
I new a guy who used to use it as a tool to get off by himself
FFVIIBOY7 years ago
apple slices taste good with peanut butter
Glad(to-meet-ya)ys (author)  FFVIIBOY7 years ago
Mm-mm-mm yes they do =]

You get tired of it after a while though, =]
yeah
Glad(to-meet-ya)ys (author)  FFVIIBOY7 years ago
whit is kingdom hearts?
its a game made by the creators of Final Fantasy, its basically a mix between Finla Fantasy and Disney, it has characters from the Final Fantasy series but you travel to worlds and meet characters from disney movies, and you play as a kid who gets the keyblade a sword that looks like a key and you travel to different worlds with Donald and Goofy who you probably know about, its actually not like a little kids game even tho it has disney characters and worlds its more aimed at kids 10 and up pretty much
orksecurity7 years ago
Peanut-butter-and-raw-onion sandwiches. No, I'm not kidding.
rickharris7 years ago
Brilliant mouse and rat bait They love it.

I was going to say that.  They like burnt sausages too.
Peanut butter and sausage - Yum!

cdubnbird7 years ago
 make a rocket with it.  just get an oxidizer.  www.popsci.com/diy/article/2006-05/rocket-food  or wrap it up in something and use it to cut through metal (must have an oxygen tank too) www.popsci.com/bacon.
seandogue7 years ago
 make squirrel.bird food for the winter (but you'll need to wait a while)

seeds, a bit of honey, some saved fat from the stove, and a healthy amount of PB all smooshed together into bricks that can be hung from tree trunks in wire baskets.
Other than the classic PB&J, here's a favorite of mine:

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/the-best-thai-peanut-sauce/detail.aspx

Also, if you like hummus, PB makes a perfectly good substitute for the tahini. Since tahini can be difficult to find sometimes, this substitution gets a lot of use at House Raving, where we love hummus like life itself.
yokozuna7 years ago
Probably the best use: here.  Also, it's quite useful for removing chewing gum from hair if you are ever so unforunate.