Top 15 Fall Recipes to Share with Your Clients

Clients will connect with you on social media when they like what you have to say. But just because they’re following you, that doesn’t mean they want to constantly be bombarded with posts about your business.

In order to maintain a meaningful relationship that results in more transactions down the line, you need to offer useful content that really makes an impact on your audience. In many cases, it might feel like what you’re posting isn’t relevant to your business, but the important thing is that it’s relevant to your clients.

Without fail, food is one of the most relevant types of content you can share with any client. Fortunately, autumn is a great time for cooking and baking—with a wide variety of seasonal flavors that make for some great eating.

Below, find 15 delicious fall recipes you can share on social media.

(And, if you need a little help writing copy for those posts, feel free to borrow from any of the descriptions we’ve provided below.)



Creamy Chicken and Pumpkin Alfredo

Pumpkin Alfredo

Sample copy: “Looking for a twist on your traditional chicken alfredo? Add some seasonal flair to an old favorite.”

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Sweet Potato Pie with Chocolate Sesame Crust

Sweet potato pie

 Sample copy: “Sweet potatoes + chocolate cookies + sesame seeds = one delicious holiday pie.”

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Kale and Butternut Squash Sauté

Kale and butternut squash sauté

 Sample copy: “A great dish for vegans, vegetarians, or people who are simply trying to eat a little healthier.”

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Ham and Cheese Bake

Fall breakfast casserole

Sample copy: “Some real “stick to your ribs” comfort food—make this for a chilly autumn day!”

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Sweet Potato Vegetarian Chili

Vegetarian chili

Sample copy: “It’s a little bit sweet and a little spicy. You’ve gotta love this fun twist on traditional vegetarian chili!”

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Thanksgiving Leftover Bao Buns

Thanksgiving leftover bao buns

Sample copy: “Looking for something different to do with those holiday leftovers? Look no further.”

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Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats

Apple cinnamon overnight oats

Sample copy: “Make yourself something sweet and healthy for breakfast.”

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Pumpkin Crumble Muffins

Pumpkin crumble muffins

Sample copy: “Have a pumpkin craving? These muffins will scratch that itch.”

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Bavarian Bratwursts

Fall sausage dinner

Sample copy: “Bratwursts boiled in a bath of beer. It’s like Oktoberfest right in your kitchen!”

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Jack O’ Lantern Stuffed Peppers

Jack-o-lantern stuffed peppers

Sample copy: “What a great way to get your kids excited about eating their veggies!”

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Beer Cheese Soup

Beer cheese soup

Sample copy: “Sample the tastes of Oktoberfest in your own home with this delicious, savory soup.”

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Almond Butter Toast (w/ Pears and Honey)

Honey pear toast

Sample copy: “Toast can be far more than a side dish. You’ll be surprised how filling this easy-to-make breakfast really is.”

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Pecan Pie Overnight Oats

Pumpkin overnight oats

Sample copy: “Take it from us—when you make breakfast ahead of time, you’re setting yourself up for a good day.”

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Cheesy Pumpkin Lasagna

Pumpkin bacon pasta

Sample copy: “Pumpkin season is in full swing! If you haven’t tried pumpkin in lasagna, you don’t know what you’re missing.”

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Sweet Apple and Cranberry Brine

Turkey brine

Sample copy: “Want to infuse your Thanksgiving turkey with some amazing new flavors? Check out these simple brining instructions.”

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We hope these recipes help you strengthen connections with the people who matter most to your business. Remember to follow up with everyone who likes, comments, or shares—after all, regular communication with your clients is the key to more repeat transactions and referrals.

Looking for more great recipes to share with your social media followers? Visit americanlifestylemag.com/bites or starthealthy.com/food.

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Written by Kevin McElvaney

Zealous wordie and reluctant writer of short bios. I'm dedicated to creating useful and educational content.