Aside from the similar uses on pancakes, warm muffins, biscuits, toasted poundcake, etc, consider these possiblities:
Place a little dollop on a hot apple pie and serve with sharp cheddar
Use a little to finish some pureed sweet potatoes or butternut squash, and top with toasted pecans
Use it instead of regular butter on cinnamon toast
Stir some into steamed carrots
Make a quick sweet crepe filling with some toasted pecans, sauteed apples, and a dab of the maple butter
Spread some on bread and top with bacon crumbles.
Slather it on a baked ham.
Mix with dollop of mustard for a quick Maple Mustard Glaze for chicken, pork & fish. You can also use it as salad dressing or pulled pork sandwich.
For a easy fruit dip, add a tablespoon to a softened brick of cream cheese.