Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes with Oat Crumble

Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes Recipe with Oat Crumble and Pomegranate. Whew! That title might be a mouthful, but so is this recipe. A mouthful of happiness! 

Simple Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes Recipe with Oat Crumble and Pomegranate #thanksgiving #sweetpotatoes

Please don’t throw stones at me when I tell you my deep dark secret…

I hate (and I mean LOATH) traditional sweet potato casserole with marshmallow topping.

Whew! There, I said it.

It’s just too darn sweet. Cloyingly sweet. The-sugar-singed-my-tastebuds-off sweet.

After I eat it, I get a headache and can’t taste anything else the rest of the day. I’m not kidding.

Making Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes Recipe with Oat Crumble and Pomegranate #thanksgiving #sweetpotatoes

So every fall I post a sweet potatoes recipe variation in an effort to sway you over to my side.

The slightly less sweet side.

The a-little-sweetness-is-better-than-a-lot-of-sweetness side.

How to Make Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes Recipe with Oat Crumble and Pomegranate #thanksgiving #sweetpotatoes

This year I’m going with Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes Recipe with Oat Crumble and Pomegranate.

Trust me sweet-tooths, it’s sweet! After all, there is pure maple syrup and brown sugar in the mix.

Yet with sweet potatoes, a little goes a long way.

Easy Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes Recipe with Oat Crumble and Pomegranate #thanksgiving #sweetpotatoes

Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes Recipe with Oat Crumble is currently my top go-to sweet potatoes recipe because it incorporates all my favorite fall flavors… cinnamon, maple, oats, pomegranate, and of course sweet potatoes, yet is so easy to make.

You simply slice and bake the sweet potatoes with a little butter, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Then mix up an oat crumble to sprinkle over the top and bake a few more minutes.

Then crispy oat topping provides brilliant contrast to the soft silky sweet potatoes, and the little sprinkle of fresh pomegranate arils offers tangy pop in each bite!

I love these Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes Recipe with Oat Crumble

This combination of sweet and savory, tender and crunchy, earthy and tangy could pull any sweet potato casserole lover over to the less-sweet side.

And this dish will fit in perfectly with any of your classic holiday meals this year. It’s fabulous with ham or turkey and is marvelous as a leftover… if there is any leftover.

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24 comments on “Maple Cinnamon Sweet Potatoes with Oat Crumble

  1. Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugarposted November 17, 2014 at 7:04 am Reply

    That oat crumble is stupendous!! Such an awesome looking side!

  2. Marla Meridithposted November 17, 2014 at 7:06 am Reply

    I know these will be my favorite sweet potatoes! Happy Monday :)

  3. Jenny Flakeposted November 17, 2014 at 7:11 am Reply

    What a fun recipe, perfect for Thanksgiving!

  4. Mariaposted November 17, 2014 at 7:22 am Reply

    So much better than the traditional dish!

  5. Tieghanposted November 17, 2014 at 7:37 am Reply

    What a gorgeous side for the Thanksgiving table, Sommer!

  6. Julie @ Table for Twoposted November 17, 2014 at 8:29 am Reply

    Perfect side for Thanksgiving!

  7. Jessica @ A Kitchen Addictionposted November 17, 2014 at 8:35 am Reply

    These sweet potatoes look so much better than the traditional casserole!

  8. Lauren @ Climbing Grier Mountainposted November 17, 2014 at 8:49 am Reply

    Such a creative side dish! Love the addition of oats!

  9. naomiposted November 17, 2014 at 9:07 am Reply

    Oat crumble – yes please! Love this for Thanksgiving.

  10. Jennifer @ Show Me the Yummyposted November 17, 2014 at 11:34 am Reply

    I’m usually not a fan of sweet potatoes with marshmallows either…at that point, I’d rather just have the marshmallows ;) That oat crumble looks fantastic! Adds a ton of needed texture, I’m sure :)

  11. Cookin Canuckposted November 17, 2014 at 11:35 am Reply

    I can’t do the traditional sweet potato casserole either. Marshmallows are a no-go for me! This, on the other hand, is something I’d eat any day of the week.

  12. Carol at Wild Goose Teaposted November 17, 2014 at 12:53 pm Reply

    I am open to both style. Traditionally sweet and the not sweet. This is a good recipe for the non sweet, but still interesting.

  13. Dianeposted November 17, 2014 at 2:45 pm Reply

    LOVE and can’t wait to try since I could live on sweet potatoes alone. My hubby loathes maple though so wondering if you think honey would work in place ?

  14. Gabyposted November 17, 2014 at 7:06 pm Reply

    This is a great twist on the traditional casserole, the oat crumble with fresh pomegranate sounds delicious!!!

  15. Miss @ Miss in the Kitchenposted November 17, 2014 at 10:25 pm Reply

    This sounds wonderful and the pomegranate makes it so pretty!

  16. Heather christoposted November 18, 2014 at 8:46 am Reply

    Sommer- these make “sweet” sweet potatoes come alive in a whole new way- this erases my thoughts of mini marshmallows! just beautiful!

  17. Christine (Cook the Story)posted November 18, 2014 at 11:09 am Reply

    The pomegranate seeds on there are killer. Love the colors!

  18. Amandaposted November 18, 2014 at 1:11 pm Reply

    This looks amazing! I love the flavors you have going on in this!

  19. Tina Bposted November 27, 2014 at 11:32 pm Reply

    I made this to go with my Thanksgiving dinner tonight. It was delicious! Thank you for sharing. It was just a teeny bit sweet, and I couldn’t taste the maple. The pomegranate arils were perfect. This recipe is a keeper!

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  22. Anne Konditalposted November 21, 2016 at 6:44 am Reply

    Omg… that looks amazing!
    I have just found my thanksgiving cake.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

  23. Tina Bposted November 24, 2016 at 9:11 pm Reply

    I first discovered your recipe for this last Christmas and have made it for every holiday meal since then. I omit the butter pats (it’s enough to have the butter in the oat crumble) and this time around I simply scrubbed the sweet potatoes clean, and didn’t bother to peel them. No one complained at all, so it was even healthier! It’s the perfect combination of flavors and textures. Plus, it looks very pretty.