It is a light brown condiment.
The jar has a white label that reads the condiment's name in big, red capital letters.
The jar has a red lid and a dark blue square label that reads the product's name in capital white text. The condiment itself appears more beige from the outside.
It has a dark red lid and a golden label that reads the product's name in light purple letters, with an illustration of a peanut on the left.
Role in series
Later in the episode, upon catching the suds from leaving the freezer open overnight, SpongeBob hires Patrick as his doctor, though Patrick does not help manners and performs many nonsensical acts on SpongeBob that have no positive effect on his illness, one of which is spreading Sea-Nut Butter on the soles of his feet and sandwiching them between two slices of bread.
Patrick, as his eponymous superhero alter ego, spreads a P-shaped Sea-Nut Butter initial on his stomach to reflect his alter ego.
Tiny SpongeBob tries to open a jar of Sea-Nut Butter, but struggles since he only has one arm.
Role in SuperSponge
The main objective of going through Sandy's treedome is to obtain a jar of Sea-Nut Butter.
- It is a parody of peanut butter.
- In "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?," after seeing Incidental 45 leave the restaurant Eat, Patrick hugs her, thinking that he found SpongeBob, and suggests going home to eat a gallon of Sea-Nut Butter.