5 Easy Pumpkin Recipes to Try This Season

Submitted by Baywood Blog Team on October 26th, 2017

Carving jack-o-lanterns, making pie, a yummy fall coffee…pumpkin is one of the best ingredients for a festive and delicious fall! While pumpkin may be a spooky (and intimidating) ingredient, there are several easy pumpkin recipes that are sure to be a hit for years to come. Check out some of our favorites and cook up a storm at Baywood Greens this fall season. 

Pumpkin Pancakes

Let’s start with the most important meal of the day: breakfast! Whip up these fall-flavored pancakes on any weekday just for yourself, or make them the all-star of a fully loaded brunch on the weekend. The best part is, you can make the pancakes how you usually would and just add in the pumpkin!

Pumpkin Biscuits

Perfect to grab on the go when you’re leaving the house quickly for a round of golf at our exclusively public golf course, these easy pumpkin biscuits taste good with any meal. Having guests over? Have a basket of biscuits ready for when they walk in to your Baywood Greens home for their stay; they’ll feel like they’re at a bed and breakfast!

5 Minute Pumpkin Soup

Delicious pumpkin soup in 5 minutes? Say it ain’t so! Whip up this soup for a cozy night in, or when you need to host book club at the last minute. This recipe will make enough to feed everyone at a neighborhood gathering, or can be stored in the fridge of delicious leftovers.

Pumpkin Alfredo

An autumn twist on this classic Italian pasta dish, this 5-ingredient pumpkin alfredo will be one of the easiest recipes you put in your repertoire. Take this creamy sauce to the next level by adding pumpkin to the mix, and you won’t regret it. While you’re enjoying this carb-fest, go all in by serving it with fresh baked bread to soak up that yummy pumpkin sauce. Perfecto!

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies

We know that know one can resist the classic taste of a chocolate chip cookie, so every once in a while (pumpkin) spice up your life with a pumpkin chocolate chip cookie! These cookies are soft, gooey, and best enjoyed fresh out of the oven, although we won’t tell if you sneak some cookie dough out of the bowl.

After reading all of these, we know that we aren’t the only ones who are hungry right now! For more information about homes at Baywood Greens, visit us online at baywoodgreens.com.

The Total Clubhouse Experience at Baywood Greens

Submitted by Baywood Blog Team on September 29th, 2017

Fall is a beautiful time at Baywood Greens, and there is no better place to show off our gorgeous community than our clubhouse. From the spacious lobby to the sprawling veranda, the Clubhouse is the perfect place to gather with friends or enjoy a delicious meal at our restaurant. If you’re looking for a post-summer pick me up, check out some of the ways you can take advantage of our clubhouse this fall season!

Fun with Friends

If you’re hosting guests this fall, the clubhouse is one of the first places you should bring them! Show them the gorgeous views from the veranda overlooking our exclusively public golf course, and take in the changing leaves and botanical gardens that Baywood Greens is known for. Our clubhouse also offers several places to sit and catch up with your friends. Soak up the last warm days on our veranda, or relax for a quiet afternoon in the library.

Happy Hour

Who says happy hour has to be limited to just one hour? Swing by our happy hours at the clubhouse from 3-6pm daily. Whether you’re just getting off the golf course and need to relax, or you’re getting the weekend started early, there’s something for everyone. Come by on Monday’s for $19 crabcake night, a local favorite, or ½ price entrees on Thursday. Our clubhouse is open to everyone, so the more the merrier!

Delicious Dining

Don’t feel like cooking or driving somewhere for a great meal? Baywood Greens is home to the amazing Clubhouse at Baywood, a SoDel Concepts restaurant. Executive chef Tom Deptula, a local product from Delaware, creates simple coastal cuisine that highlights the best local ingredients every season. With a different menu for each season, you’ll experience the best that Baywood Greens has to offer year round! Right now, we love the lobster mac and cheese for lunch and the maple & fig glazed duck breast for dinner. Make a reservation now to find your new favorite dish!

Life of the Party

We may be known for our amazing golf course and yummy food at the restaurant, but we are also one of the premier event facilities in Sussex County. Whether you’re looking at venues for your daughter’s wedding, hosting the company holiday party, or want to celebrate your wedding anniversary in style, the Clubhouse at Baywood is the perfect venue.  Our event spaces include the Banquet Room, the Veranda, the Library, and the Tent on the Greens. Leave the planning to us and you’ll enjoy a stress-free celebration.

Give the Gift of Baywood

You don’t need an excuse to come back to the clubhouse, but a gift card is one way to ensure that you or your friends will be back! Gift cards to our restaurant or even a gift card to our golf pro shop are both perfect for someone who loves Baywood Greens just as much as you do!

Come visit us and see all that we have to offer at Baywood Greens this fall, especially at our clubhouse! Learn more about our homes and location just miles to Rehoboth by visiting us online.

Ways to Bring Fall Inside Your Home at Baywood Greens

Submitted by Baywood Blog Team on September 25th, 2017

Nothing says fall like the crisp crunch of leaves on the sidewalk, or getting out the blankets for the first chilly night. While we’ve been sad to see the fun summer season come to an end, there are plenty of exciting things about fall at Baywood Greens! The first step: bringing fall inside your home! Whether you’re looking to go all-out with the fall décor or just want some subtle highlights inspired by coastal Delaware in the fall, there are many different ways to add some seasonal style to your home. Check out some of our favorite ideas below.

Autumn Colors

One of the best parts of fall is seeing the beautiful colors of the changing leaves. You can bring those colors in your home without the mess of all the leaves! If you want to accent your spacious Baywood Greens living room, add a bright red or gold pillow to your couch. Use burnt orange or dark green hand towels in the kitchen or bathrooms for extra pops of color around your new home. Get all of your home décor needs at the outlets, just a short drive from Baywood Greens (and without the sales tax!).

Sense of Smell

Gone is the humidity and here to stay are crisp nights, local apple picking, and yummy fall treats. While we wish we could be at one of our local farmer’s markets all the time, recreate the smell of freshly picked apples with apple-scented candles. If you have guests coming to stay this fall season for a golf weekend, freshen up their rooms with bowls of dried potpourri and cinnamon.

All Pumpkin Everything

Pumpkins just aren’t for Halloween anymore! From décor to food, and even in your coffee, pumpkin is everywhere during the fall. If you’re feeling festive and want to get into the fall spirit, place small baby pumpkins throughout your home, such as a centerpiece for your table or on the mantle. If you’re a pumpkin spice lover, stock up on pumpkin spice coffee, baked goods, and anything else while you can still get it in stores.


From the smooth exterior of pumpkins to the crackle of hay on a hay ride, texture is everywhere you look during fall. One of the biggest trends this fall, according to Country Living, is the use of velvet. While we’re not saying go all Gone With the Wind with floor-length velvet drapes, dip your toe in the velvet pool with a throw pillow or blanket. Use woven baskets to keep your soft blankets for cozy evenings to highlight the contrasting textures.

Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year at Baywood Greens here in Sussex County! To learn more about our community, visit us online.

Discover Local History and Heritage with Southern Delaware’s “See You In September” Attractions and Events

Submitted by Baywood Blog Team on September 15th, 2017

Kick off the fall season here at Baywood Greens in Long Neck, DE by becoming a tourist in your own town! Along with other Sussex County history and heritage tourism partners, Southern Delaware Tourism has created a month-long schedule of events to extend the excitement of the summer season through early October! See You In September focuses on celebrating the history and culture rooted in Sussex County by bringing attractions, tours, and history-focused events front and center.

Many flock to Southern Delaware for the pristine beaches, but there is so much more to enjoy in this charming seaside area. The Executive Director of Southern Delaware Tourism, Scott Thomas, told the Cape Gazette, "Our area has a rich history dating back to well before the Colonial period that visitors and even many locals are not aware of.” While we know that it is difficult to capture the knowledge about our region on your own, the events happening over the next month are the perfect opportunity to get to know the best of Sussex County. Check out some of our favorite events below and what you will discover when you attend!

Boats! Buttons! Beans! Beer! Walking Tour – Saturday September 16th in Milton
Tour the historic town of Milton on foot and learn about the rich history of what was once known as the “Town of Broadkill”. Starting at the Dogfish Head Brewery with the Milton Historical Society, you will embark on an hour-long tour that will take you back in time to how this coastal town evolved.

Bands, BBQ, and Brews at the Barns Festival – Sunday September 24th in Seaford
Put on your flannels, bring out the fall boots, and take advantage of the crisp fall Sussex County weather for amazing entertainment and local treats from Fat Daddy’s BBQ, Vanderwende’s Ice Cream, and 16 Mile Brewery. Here in Southern Delaware, we are all about supporting local businesses!

Boast the Coast – Saturday September 30th in Lewes
If you want to get a feel for our coastal heritage, this is the event you want to attend! Boat tours, museum tours, a seafood tasting and even an Oktoberfest celebration round out this day of coastal culture and history in the first town of the first state!

Wings & Wheels – Saturday October 7th in Georgetown
During the 7th year of this family-friendly event, discover local history through historic reenactments and a car show featuring over 300 vehicles! To top off the day, enjoy taking a look at airplanes from WWII, and even ones still used today.

If you’re always on the go and don’t have time to plan out your calendar in front of a computer, you can download an app that will let you know when all of the local events are happening! (Download the GeoSwap app from the App Store or Google Play!) For more information about our location in Southern Delaware and the surrounding area, visit BaywoodGreens.com.

Sources: capegazette.com, visitsoutherndelaware.com

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