Smooth and creamy, coconut butter can be used as a spread or used in smoothies and other recipes.
Even in the winter, this should work because the heat from all of the blending makes the coconut butter creamy. Pour your recently made coconut butter into the container you want to keep it in as soon as you can, though, because in winter it will soon harden up as it cools off. You may also choose to pour it over a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or silicone so that it hardens into a thin, easy to use layer.
In the summer it will stay creamy, so you can leave it out of the fridge for easy use. I actually like to eat it plain, as is. I’m a coconut fanatic, though. Basically you should be able to use in the same ways that you would use nut butters.