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5 Links to Read Before Making Holiday Breakfast

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Each week, we’ll be sharing a comprehensive list of links to help you master something new in the kitchen. Culinary greatness, here you come.

Today: 'Tis the season to whip up something special for breakfast.

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Fruit-Laden, Whole-Grain PancakesSweet Potato WafflesFrench Toast Without a RecipePumpkin Cinnamon Rolls with Orange Icing

Most days, breakfast is something you hastily throw together in a state of morning confusion. A quick piece of toast, a bowl of cereal -- anything to get you full and out the door in record time. But the holiday season requires more of you. You're expected to step up your breakfast game; often, that means pancakes, baked oatmeal, and cinnamon rolls. Whether you're hosting out-of-town guests or just want to pamper yourself, these links will make you a holiday breakfast pro.

  • Impress your guests by whipping up French toast without a recipe. (Food52.)
  • Five ways to make better pancakes. (Esquire.)
  • Delicious homemade donuts are within your reach with these tips. (Serious Eats.)
  • The key to insane waffle greatness? Cornstarch. (Food52.)

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