Surfunner talks about how peanut butter is a good fat in this post, and that reminded me of the fast-comfort-food-dinner-for-one that I've been fixing a lot lately when I'm too rushed/tired/lazy to make a "real" meal for myself.
All I do is put a nest of mung bean threads in a small pot to boil. While they are boiling, I whisk together in my little rice bowl:
-maybe like 1 to 1.5 tablespoons of unsweetened, organic peanut butter
-a few good shakes of soy sauce
-a few drops of sesame oil
When the bean threads are finished cooking, I drain them, and then put the peanut sauce mixture into the hot pot with them and mix it all up till everything's more or less combined. Then it all goes back in the little rice bowl and gets topped with Sriracha. It's really yummy, although Jam Guy and my friend D, who have both tried it, are not huge fans. It's definitely not an everyday dinner, because even though I think it does have a decent protein/fat/carb ratio and not tons of calories, there aren't any veggies in it.
Another favorite use of peanut butter is in what I call my PB&J of Luuuuuv: which is a PB&J made with, of course, peanut butter, and then bread made by me and jam made by Jam Guy.