Yes - add it to a rich chocolate mousse recipe, and you can't go wrong. Of course, that's my solution for almost anything.
Seriously, though, adding some almond butter to a rich, dark chocolate mousse is heaven. Take about 10 oz bittersweet chocolate and melt it with a tbs of butter and, oh, about 1/2 cup cream (the microwave on half power is great for this). Separate three egg yolks and save the whites. Whisk the egg yolks with about 1/2 cup brown (or white) sugar and then whisk the yolk mixture in with the hot chocolate mixture, taking care to make sure the yolks are quickly incorporated so they don't turn into cooked bits. Add 1/3 cup almond butter, and mix. Then beat the whites till they form hard peaks. Fold in 1/3 of the whites to the chocolate mixture to lighten it, then gently fold in the remainder. Pour into individual serving dishes and refrigerate (or, in a pinch, freeze if you want to speed things up) until chilled, and serve. All the amounts are approximate, so feel free to play with it.