Whisk 3/4 cup of milk with an egg. Add a cup of self-raising flour and a tablespoon of sugar, and a teaspoon of vanilla (optional). Pour a small amount onto your medium temperature frypan and cook for about 40 seconds. You'll see the bubbles pop, so flip them when you can see holes that don't disappear. Cook the other side for another 40 seconds.
I also had a lonely-looking cake mix sitting in my cupboard so while I already had a messy kitchen, I made that and whacked it into my mini oven. (YES I found a cake tin small enough to fit a nine-litre oven, it's the mini loaf pan from Wilko if anyone is curious). Vanilla cake with chunks of Galaxy chocolate shoved into it. Victory is mine ♥
As an aside: I usually buy Tesco Buttersoft, but as Sainsbury's is a closer supermarket and I'd run out of butter, I bought home Sainsbury's product instead. Bad move! It's too hard to spread and tastes quite unappealing. If I wanted to eat something unappetising on my sandwiches I'd have used the cheap cooking margarine already in my fridge. The remains of that Sainsbury's product will have to be used for cooking. Boooo.
Spendy Spenderella: 150 pounds on driving lessons, I was very pleased that I could arrange it online and set up my first lesson myself, only to discover my instructor is so heavily booked that following lessons will be ten days apart! This is near-on pointless, I know how to drive, I just need practice time. I called the school only to be told that if I cancel a lesson I'll just lose my money. For that reason I'm not going to name and recommend them. If you are really curious, the name of the school matches the colour of a stop light. Grumble. Stay tuned, at this rate passing my test will take seven years.