After about an hour my sweet tooth got the better of me and I decided to make something using what I had in the fridge.
I didn't measure anything out as it is not necessary with stuff like this I feel, so here is what I did.
I used one egg and cracked it into the jug, added a splash of soya milk and whipped it up a bit.
I added one teaspoon of sugar and about five level desert-spoons of GF flour (plain). Next I chopped up a handful of blueberries, heated some olive oil in a pan and poured in the batter. I waited until the bottom had caught a bit then spread out the blueberries, turned after a short while and it was done.
To serve I added some plain Alpro yogurt, a few more blueberries and a drizzle of syrup, it was very nice.
It was a decent size serving so you could use this amount and make four or five small thin ones to have with ice cream if you can eat that (I can't). There is a really good cheats ice cream though that you make using frozen bananas and peanut butter. You can find it here Dairy free ice cream
Pancakes are quite useful as you can put savoury fillings in them and they are cheap to make and a bonus is they are one of the few GF recipes that taste just like the regular version.