Well, it's the third full day of Passover, and you might be crunching into a piece of matzo at this very moment.
But beyond the matzo "tartine," how else to get through the many, many boxes of stockpiled kosher-for-Passover matzo—now, and in a week, when Passover is over but you'e still got a few boxes of matzo to go?
We have a few ideas:
Matzo granola! This recipe is so addictive that you may, as some of the commenters have mentioned, want to make it all year.
Turn your matzo into "breadcrumbs" by crushing them up, toasting them with a bit of garlic and olive oil in a frying pan, and using them wherever you'd use the not-kosher-for-Passover version—in salads, on eggs, to coat fish or chicken...
Use any leftover crushed-up matzo in a bulked-up, spiffied latke—this one has feta, sweet potatoes, and a whole mess of other roots instead of Russet potatoes.