I just got back from an evening power walking workout around the lake and I really regret I didn't take at least a cell phone with myself to capture the sunset. It was especially lovely today. I also start to feel positive about my food choices so I decided as a reward I deserved some pancakes for today's lunch. Filled with cocoa. Yumm. I'm not much of a kitchen person so it is kind of an achivement.

200 g plain flour
40 ml milk
10 ml sparkling water
1 egg
a pinch of salt
1 teaspoon oil
for filling you can use anyhing, like cocoa, jam, cottage cheese, etc.

Sift the flour into a bowl. Add the egg, salt and oil and mix with the milk until smooth. Add the sparkling water only at this point to prevent the dough from forming little knobs. Let is sit for 30 minutes. Ladle a bit of dough into the skillet, enough to form an even coat. Twril the skillet to make it as even and round possible. Over medium to heat bake the undersite of the pancake in a minute or so. Check with a wide, flat wooden spoon if it's done, or shake the skillet a bit if the pancake free to move it is ready. Push the wooden spoon completely under the pancake and flip it over. Baking the other side will take shorte time, about 30 seconds. Slide the paper-thin pancakes on a large plate. Before serving pile on the filling, roll it up or fold into quaters, or into shape of bundle.