Here are a couple of ideas for putting it all to good use:
QueenSashy and GarlicFiend like it in hot drinks—like tea, coffee, and hot chocolate (maybe even hot chocolate topped with extract-spiked whipped cream).
You can also add a couple of drops to your morning smoothie—or your 5 o'clock cocktail.
Coco et Cocoa recommends using it in nearly any baked good, from sugar cookies and pound cakes to chocolate cakes and pies. Cherry pie with almond extract is a particularly tasty (and classic) pairing. (She also recommends using it for Chinese almond tofu, a sweetened tofu dessert!)
Add a bit to a batch of jam, marmalade, or curd. Think lemon-vanilla curd, cherry-almond jam, or orange-vanilla marmalade.
...Or stop a few steps short of jam and make an aromatic compote by stewing fruit with a splash of extract. Then serve it (warm!) over yogurt or ice cream.
Add a few drops of extract to pancakes, waffles, the custard for French toast, or even your weekday-morning oatmeal.
Or let it add extra nuance to rice (or bread) pudding!
Amysarah and drbabs both recommend sharing the wealth, since just a little bit of extract goes a long way! Though if you're not in a rush to clear some pantry space, extracts will last quite a long time.
How would you use up an extract surplus? Share your ways in the comments.