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My 14 year old granddaughter (who is also a Celiac) and I were trying to find something new to bake this weekend. We love our Chocolate Mayonnaise Cupcakes, but we wanted something more. While looking thru the cupboards, we found the peanut butter. Oooh – chocolate and peanut butter! Who wouldn’t like that? But if we mix the peanut butter into the cake batter, the peanut flavor can get lost. How about a peanut butter filling? I used to make a peanut butter cream cheese filling, back when I could still eat dairy. Tofutti makes a dairy-free cream cheese, but of course I didn’t have any on hand. And of course I didn’t want to drive to the store just for tofu cream cheese. However, I did have Tofutti sour cream. We decided we would create a new filling recipe. The cupcake and filling recipe are below. They’re moist, not too sweet – and habit forming! (I cut one of the cupcakes in half to show you how moist they are.)

I’m also in the process of trying new types of gluten-free flours. I’ve used three types of gluten-free flours, in the past, for most of my baking. Mainly because they work. Rice flour, tapioca flour and cornstarch. All three are light flours. I would like to add a little more fiber and density to some of my baked goods. These cupcakes were my test with new flours. After a trip to my local grocery store and looking at the different types of gluten-free flours – and different prices of these flours, I decided I needed to find a less expensive way to get good gluten-free flours at a low cost. I bought myself a small food processor with a flat blade. There are many different brands out there – as long as they have the flat blade, you can grind just about any dried ingredient into a flour.

I had half a bag of lentils (left from a batch of Lentil Sausage Soup) and a bag of pinto beans that I always meant to use in a recipe, but never have. I ground the lentils into flour (this smells great and is a little bit heavier than rice flour.) Lentils are small and grind into flour fairly quickly. Then I ground the pinto beans into flour. These are larger, dried beans and take a bit to grind them into flour. It’s worth the time, tho, because they add more density to your baked goods and both add more protein to your recipes. (In my head, these cupcakes can be considered healthy because they have protein in them – 🙂   I hope you like them – we do. (If you don’t have lentil or pinto bean flour, substitute another gluten-free flour.)

Chocolate Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Sour Cream Filling

1 cup brown rice flour

1/2 cut lentil flour

1/2 cup pinto bean flour

1/2 cup cornstarch

1 tsp xanthan gum

2/3 C dark cocoa powder

1 C granulated sugar

1-1/2 tsp baking soda

1 tsp baking powder

1 C mayonnaise

3/4 C water

3 eggs

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place cupcake papers in cupcake pans (we used the mini-cupcake pans) or grease cupcake pans. In large bowl, combine eggs and sugar. Mix on high until light yellow. Add water and mayonnaise and mix on low until blended. Add baking soda, baking powder and dark cocoa. mix on low until blended. Add rice flour, lentil flour and pinto bean flour. Mix on low until blended, then mix on medium for 1 minutes to incorporate all flours. Add xanthan gum and mix on low 1 minute until batter thickens.

Fill cupcake papers 3/4 full and bake 10 – 12 minutes, or until top springs back when pressed lightly (or when toothpick inserted in center comes out clean). Remove cupcakes from oven and let cool 10 – 15 minutes. With small spoon or sharp knife cut out the center of each cupcake and fill with peanut butter filling. Pipe chocolate frosting around outer edge of cupcake. (We use Pillsbury Creamy Supreme Dark Chocolate)

Peanut Butter Sour Cream Filling

1/2 C Tofutti sour cream

1/2 C creamy peanut butter

1/4 C granulated sugar

1 tsp GF vanilla

Place all ingredient in medium bowl. Stir until completely blended. Refrigerate until needed, then fill cupcake centers.

Vanilla Cupcakes (with VERY Chocolate Frosting, of course) Gluten-free

I’ve been craving cupcakes, again. Soft, moist, flavorful, springy cupcakes. With a frosting that’s smooth, not too thick and not too sweet. I’m not a fan of thick, overly sweet frosting. I want to taste something besides SUGAR when I eat a cupcake.

My favorite cupcake is my Chocolate Mayonnaise Cupcake. It’s spring, moist and full of chocolate flavor. Don’t be alarmed by the “mayonnaise” in the cupcake! Mayonnaise is basically eggs and oil. What do you put in cupcake batter? Eggs and oil. The mayonnaise helps to keep it moist and not dry and crumbly like so many glutenf-free cupcakes. But, I make those all the time and I wanted something different! Something new!

I decided to make my Chocolate Mayonnaise Cupcake into a Vanilla Mayonnaise Cupcake. I bought vanilla powder and was anxious to try it to see how it compared to liquid vanilla. However, my chocolate cupcake calls for 2/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder. If I eliminate the cocoa, I’ll have to adjust the liquids and perhaps adjust the amount of gluten-free flours I use. Well, it was worth a try.

The Vanilla Mayonnaise Cupcake is moist and springy. I’m not real excited about the vanilla powder, though. I think next time I’ll go back to using liquid vanilla. I would love to use real vanilla bean, but haven’t found the courage to try it. If anyone has suggestions on the best way to use vanilla beans in baking, I would appreciate any suggestions.

Once the cupcakes were out of the oven and I had taste tested one (or two) I decided vanilla goes best with chocolate. (I think almost EVERYTHING goes best with chocolate – except maybe dill pickles.) I wanted a very smooth, very soft, VERY chocolate frosting. I’m happy to report I was able to come up with a wonderful frosting! This one is the best chocolate frosting recipe I’ve created, yet. It is now the day after, and the frosting is still soft and smooth and silky and not dried out crunchy!

I hope you enjoy the recipes!

Vanilla Mayonnaise Cupcakes   (makes 18 cupcakes)

3 eggs

1 cup granulated sugar

1 cup mayonnaise

1 cup water

1/4 cup vegetable oil

3/4 rice flour

1 – 1/2 cup tapioca flour

3/4 cup corn starch

1-1/2 tsp baking soda

1 tsp baking powder

2 tsp xanthan gum

2-1/2 tsp vanilla powder (if you choose to use liquid vanilla I would suggest 1-1/2 tsp liquid vanilla)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line cupcake pans with cupcake papers. (or oil individual cupcake pans and coat with granulated sugar to keep cupcakes from sticking)

In large bowl mix eggs on high speed until light and pale yellow. With mixer running, slowly add sugar and mix for 2-3 minutes. Turn mixer off and add water and oil. Mix on low speed until blended. Add rice flour and tapioca flour. Mix on low until blended, scraping sides of bowl as needed. Add cornstarch, vanilla (powder or liquid), baking powder and baking soda. Mix on low until blended. Add xanthan gum and mix on medium speed until batter thickens – 2-3 minutes.

Fill cupcake papers 3/4 full with batter. Bake at 350 degrees for 12 – 15 minutes until slightly brown on top and top springs back when lightly pressed. (If you bake them until they are brown on top, they will dry out quickly – I speak from experience, here.) Allow to cool completely.

Best Chocolate Frosting

1/2 cup chocolate chips

2/3 cup margarine (or butter)

1/3 cup Hershey’s Dark cocoa

4 tbl hot water

1  cup powdered sugar

In small saucepan melt margarine and chocolate chips over low heat, stirring constantly. When the chocolate chips are all ALMOST melted, turn of heat. The heat from the liquid will melt the remaining chocolate chips. (You can heat this in a double boiler to avoid burning the chocolate.) Whisk mixture until smooth and shiny.

In small bowl, combine cocoa and water. Stir, or whisk, until you have a smooth mixture. Add cocoa mixture to melted chocolate mixture and whisk to combine. Add powdered sugar and whisk vigorously until mixture thickens. This will NOT be as thick as “regular” frosting because it’s still warm from the melted chocolate chips.

At this point, if you want a thin layer of chocolate frosting on your cupcakes, dip the tops of the cupcakes in the frosting and twirl to cover.

If you prefer thicker frosting, put frosting in refrigerator for 10-15 minutes to cool. Stir again when you removed it from the refrigerator. Spread to desired thickness on cupcakes.

(Leftover frosting – if you have any – is great between gluten-free graham crackers. Or warm up and drizzle over ice cream, or strawberries, or cookie pieces, or peanut butter bread, or . . . . . um, dill pickles???

My oldest daughter called from California a few weeks ago and told me, “Mom, I just made the BEST coconut cupcakes! You have to try them. I’m sure you can figure out how to convert them to gluten-free.” She emailed the recipe to me and of course, Queen of procrastination that I am, I put off printing it out. I read the recipe and told myself as soon as I have a minute, I’ll print it out. Over the past two weeks, I’ve read the recipe five or six times but, of course, just couldn’t find the time to print it out.

The recipe calls for two 13-oz cans of coconut milk.. I didn’t have any coconut milk on hand, so of course I couldn’t make the cupcakes. There was no point in printing out the recipe if I didn’t have all the ingredients. I’d print it as soon as I bought coconut milk.  This past week I decided that I really needed to make these cupcakes, so I picked the coconut milk up at the local grocery store These cupcakes had been in the back of my mind for over two weeks. My daughter had called twice to ask me how they were and I had to tell her I was still procrastinating. I had the coconut milk, but realized I didn’t have any GF vanilla. I would need to go to the store to buy vanilla – as soon as I had time. Two days ago, I stopped to buy vanilla on my way home from work. Ok, now I had the coconut milk and the vanilla. I needed to bake the cupcakes!

I decided, last night, I had procrastinated long enough. I needed to bake these cupcakes. I printed out the recipe and read the ingredients to determine what I needed to do to convert them to gluten-free. The recipe called for 2 cups all purpose flour. I’ve discovered, through much trial and error, that I can replace 1 cup of all purpose (wheat) flour with 1/2 cup rice flour (white or brown), 1/4 cup tapioca flour and 1/4 cup corn starch. That replaces the flour, but does not replace the gluten that holds it all together. What I’m baking determines the amount of xanthan gum I need to use. If I’m baking cookies, I generally use 1/2 tsp per cup of “flour”. Cakes and cupcakes use a little more and bread uses the most. I generally start with 1/2 tsp and add 1/2 tsp at a time until it just looks like the right consistency. If I measure 1/2 tsp at a time, I know exactly how much to write down on my recipe for the next time.

I was finally at the point where I could mix up the cupcake batter! By the time I had takent them out of the oven and cooled one just long enough to try one . . . . . . .  I was sorry I had procrastinated so long! They were wonderful! Soft, moist, springy – with just a slight coconut flavor. The recipe calls for 2 cans of coconut milk – this is added to the cupcake batter and the frosting, and then they’re topped with shredded coconut. I was sure the coconut would be overpowering! Surprisingly, it’s not. I’m not a huge coconut fan, but these cupcakes are great! You really need to try them!

Divine GF Coconut Cupcakes (makes 18 cupcakes)


2  13 – 14 oz cans unsweetened coconut milk

1 cup rice flour

1/2 cup tapioca flour

1/2 cup corn starch

2-1/2  tsp baking powder

3/4 cup margarine (or butter)

1-1/3 cup granulated sugar

3 large eggs

1 tsp GF vanilla

1-1/2 tsp xanthan gum

1 cup reduced coconut milk (see below)

Reduced coconut milk:

Pour both cans of coconut milk into deep saucepan. Coconut milk should only fill the pan half way. Heat coconut milk on medium high heat until it boils. (Coconut milk will boil up high in pan, which is why you need a deep saucepan.) Reduce heat to low and gently boil until it is reduced to 1 – 1/2 cups – about 25 – 35 minutes. Stir occassionaly so it doesn’t burn on the bottom of the pan. Once reduced, the coconut milk with be thick and creamy. Place in refrigerator and cool completely. (You can reduce the coconut milk days ahead and store in the refrigerator until you are ready to bake.)


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In large mixing bowl, combine margarine (or butter) and granulated sugar. Beat on high until smooth and light yellow. Add eggs and beat on high until well blended, about 2 minutes. Turn off mixer, scrape down sides and add rice flour and tapioca flour. Mix on low until well blended. Add 1 cup reduced coconut milk (reserve remaining 1/2 cup for frosting) and vanilla and mix on low until blended. Add cornstarch, baking poweder and baking soda and mix until blended.

Line muffin cups with paper cupcake liners. Fill each until 3/4 full. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 – 30 minutes until slightly brown. Top should spring back when pressed lightly. Remove from pans and cool completely before frosting. (Warm cupcakes will melt your frosting.)


1 cup margarine (or butter)

2-1/2 cup powdered sugar

1/3 cup reduced coconut milk

1/2 tsp GF vanilla

In large mixing bowl, beat margarine until soft and smooth. Add 1 cup of powdered sugar and mix on low until combined. Scrape sides of bowl and add 1 additional cup of powdered sugar. Mix until blended. Add reduced coconut milk and vanilla and mix until well blended. Scrape sides of bowl and add remaining 1/2 cup powdered sugar. Mix until blended. Frost cupcakes with 2 tsp frosting for each cupcake. Sprinkle top of cupcake with sweetened flaked coconut. (If frosting is too thin add a little more powdered sugar or refrigerate before using. Frosting will become firmer if cold. If your kitchen is too hot, the frosting won’t set up well.)


We were a vendor at the Iowa Celiac Conference in Okoboji, IA yesterday (10/1/11). We had beautiful weather for our 4 hour drive from St. Paul, MN. I took two excellent helpers with me to the Conference – Carter, my 10-year old grandson and Josaphine – my 6-year old granddaughter. Both are Celiacs. Josaphine also has a casein allergy.  They were both diagnosed 2 months ago, so living the Celiac lifestyle is still new to them. They are old enough to realize there are foods they will never be able to eat again. But they are also old enough to see that there are gluten-free alternatives for all of these favorite foods. Their little sister, Aivah, was diagnosed with Celiac disease and a casein allergy three years ago, so the gluten-free, dairy-free lifestyle isn’t new to them. They have lived WITH IT for three years. Now, they LIVE IT for themselves (well, Carter only lives the gluten-free lifestyle because dairy doesn’t bother him.) However, it’s one thing if you need to be careful about what you little sister eats so she doesn’t get sick. It’s quite another thing when YOU are the one who gets sick from eating the wrong foods.

I thought it would be a good experiece for both of them to meet other people who live with Celiac disease and to realize that Celiac disease isn’t something only our family has. There are many, many people who need to eat the same foods they do. There were quite a few adults at the Conference, but there were also children and a few babies. In addition to meeting other Celiacs, my grandchildren were also able to listen to the speakers. They listened to Dr. Joseph Murray, MD who specializes in researching celiac disease or gluten sensitivity and enteropathy (diseases of the intestinal tract) in Rochester, MN. Dr. Murray specializes in researching celiac disease or gluten sensitivity and enteropathy (diseases of the intestinal tract). His studies intersect with programs in the Mayo Comprehensive Clinical Cancer Center and the Clinical Research Unit.

They also listened to Amber Kastler, RE, LD. Ms. Kastler graduated from Iowa State University and joined the Hy-Vee in Fort Dodge, IA as a Dietitian in 2010.  She is a resource to newly diagnosed people, helping them understand the disease and how to manage it. She had a very informative presentation about gluten-free foods. If you live near a Hy-Vee grocery store, you may want to check with the store dietician. Hy-Vee seems to be very involved and informed with the gluten-free lifestyle.

One of the break-out sessions was lead by Betty Bast. She was the co-leader of the Waverly Area Celiac Group for more than 20 years and today remains active as the state coordinator Her daughter was diagnosed with Celiac disease at the age of 6-weeks. That was 46 years ago. Betty is very familiar with the gluten-free lifestyle – most of those years during the time when gluten-free options were few and far between. Betty invited On the Wings of Hope to be part of her break-out session and introduce our book “I Can’t Eat Your Treats” (our children’s book to help children explain Celiac disease to others in a language that children can understand). Our own personal “Food Fairy” (Josaphine) and Carter learned that there are other children who need to eat the way they, and their two sisters, eat. Our thanks to Betty!

There were many vendors at the Conference – some we were familiar with such as Udi’s (we LOVE Udi’s) and Chebe, and a few that were new to us – Midwest Health Foods in Spencer, IA, Gluten-Free Made Simple and Fahlstrom Farms. (Check out Fahlstrom Farms at – their products taste great!)



I have to admit, summer is finally gone. The air is cool and there’s a crispness in the air. I put away the shorts and sandles, today and started thinking about winter coats and boots. Brrrrr! I’m not ready for the cold and snow, just yet. I’m going to enjoy the beautiful fall days as long as I can. And enjoy not having the air conditioning OR the heat on. The colder weather always puts me in the mood to bake . . . something. I made a nice big pot of homemade chicken vegetable soup last night. It warmed the insides and tasted great!

However, today I wanted something sweet. I need to keep that sweet tooth satisfied, while still trying to eat healthy. I took stock of the ingredients I had on hand – which wasn’t much in the way of variety. I always have my gluten-free flours and xanthan gum on hand, but I needed something new, something different – something I could make with the limited ingredients I had on hand. The refrigerator held a few carrots – nope, I  made carrot muffins last week. In the drawer were a few green apples and 3 grapefruit. There had to be something I could make with those. The cool, fall days remind me of apple picking. Moist, spicey apple muffins sounded good. But what about the grapefruit? A muffin recipe requires some type of liquid, right? Why not substitute grapefruit juice? Well, if I didn’t try I would never know.

I cut the two of the grapefruit in half, put a fork in the center and squeezed the juice out. I move the fork back and forth when I’m squeezing the juice out so I can get the pulp, too. Truthfully, this was kind of a “by the seat of the pants” type of recipe. Trial and error. Since grapefruits are sour, I knew I needed to add a little more sugar to the recipe. Apples go with cinnamon; oil and eggs are a must. Well . . . the recipe was a success!

If you don’t care for grapefruit, you could substitute orange juice – or cranberry juice – or lemonade (ooh, that sounds different!) – or milk, etc. etc. Let your imagination run!. I hope you enjoy your muffins.

Apple Grapefruit Muffins – Gluten-free

1 cup rice flour

1/2 cup tapioca flour

1/2 cup cornstarch

3/4 cup granulated sugar

1 tsp cinnamon

1/2 tsp nutmeg

1 tsp baking soda

1 tsp baking powder

2 tsp xanthan gum

3 eggs

1/4 cup vegetable oil

1/2 cup grapefruit juice

2 cup peeled, diced apples (I like mine diced large so I get an actual bite of apple)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 12-cup muffin pan, or place muffin liners in pan.

Beat eggs on medium speed until creamy. Add sugar and beat until light yellow, about 2 minutes. Add oil and grapefruit juice. Mix on low until blended. Add dry ingredients and mix on low, scraping sides of bowl, until well blended. Add xanthan gum and mix on medium until batter thickens, about 2 minutes. Stir in chopped apples. Spoon batter into muffin cups. Muffin cups should be 3/4 full.

Bake for 15 – 20 minutes, or until top springs back when pressed lightly. Enjoy!

!! Back to School Special !!     ~~ $22.50 ~~

 Our “Back to School Special” includes:

 1 -“I Can’t Eat Your Treats” children’s book (regularly $14.95)

 1 – Insulated Food Carrier (regularly $10.95)

 2 – Celiac Awareness Wristbands (regularly $4.00)

                   (A $29.90 Value)

Help your child explain Celiac disease to their classmates and friends. Our children’s book, “I Can’t Eat Your Treats” is the story of 4-year old Aivah, who has Celiac disease and a casein allergy.

The bright, colorful photos are combined with a story that is easy for children to understand. This book also includes 10 kid-friendly gluten-free, casein-free recipes and a “Notes for Parents” section that discusses Celiac disease, gluten, casein and possible symptoms. This is a must-have book for classrooms and daycares.

13-year old author, Morgan Paulsen, wrote this book to help her sister, and other children with Celiac disease, explain to others why she needs to eat “special” food to stay healthy. Since this book was published, Morgan and 2 more of her siblings have been diagnosed with Celiac disease. There are now 4 Celiacs in the same family.

Our “Back to School Special” includes our reusable, fully-insulated, durable  food carrier. The bright color stands out and lets others know there is something special inside. The carrier clearly states “Allergy Free” to warn others about the dangers of cross-contamination. These bags are great for children’s school lunches, traveling, sleepovers – anywhere you need
to provide safe, allergy-free food.



Our colorful silicone wristbands are fun to wear and help to raise awareness of Celiac disease.


Visit our webpage at to learn more and to place your order, today.

Avon has over 600 items that are gluten-free. Because they offer so many products, I became an Avon distributor. I use many of these on a regular basis and so does my daughter – who has 4 Celiac children. I have never had a problem with any of these products, and I’m very sensitive to gluten. If you have a local Avon distributor, she can take your order. If you don’t know anyone who sells Avon, you can always go to my website ( and place an order to have it delivered directly to your home.  As with any product, it is up to each individual to determine if a product is safe for them to use. I hope this list will help you find gluten-free products that you can use.

Avon basics


AVON BASICS Care Deeply with Aloe Lip Balm 071–763

AVON BASICS Care Deeply with Cocoa Butter Body Lotion

AVON BASICS Vita Moist Body Lotion 734–957

AVON BASICS Care Deeply with Aloe Body Lotion

Avon Basics Vita Moist Hand Cream 734–832

Avon Basics Silicone Glove Hand Cream 734–536

Dew Kiss lip dew


Flavor savors lip balm

Sweet Spells Lip Balm



8-in-1! Eye Palette

ANEW ADVANCED All-In-One MAX SPF 15 UVA/UVB Cream 765–936

ANEW ADVANCED All-In-One MAX SPF 15 UVA/UVB Lotion 736–084

ANEW ALTERNATIVE Clearly C 10% Vitamin C Serum 479–790

ANEW ALTERNATIVE Intensive Age Treatment PM 002–041

ANEW ALTERNATIVE Photo-Radiance Treatment SPF 15 834–481

ANEW BEAUTY Age-Transforming Compact Makeup SPF 15

ANEW BEAUTY Age-Transforming Pressed Powder SPF 15

ANEW BEAUTY Eye Lifting Serum Shadow

ANEW Clarifying Essence 036–216

ANEW CLINICAL Advanced Dermabrasion System 835–640

ANEW CLINICAL Advanced Retexturizing Peel 381–139

ANEW CLINICAL Eye Lift 219–312

ANEW CLINICAL Plump & Smooth Lip System 918–165

ANEW CLINICAL Professional Stretch Mark Smoother 350–073

ANEW CLINICAL Spider Vein Therapy SPF 15 UVA/UVB 358–222

ANEW FORCE EXTRA Triple Lifting Day Cream SPF 15 253–203

ANEW REJUVENATE 24 Hour Eye Moisturizer SPF 25 413–640

ANEW REJUVENATE 24 Hour Eye Moisturizer SPF 25 413–640

ANEW REJUVENATE Dial-A-Glow Anti-aging Moisturizer SPF 15

ANEW REJUVENATE Dial-A-Glow Anti-aging Moisturizer SPF 15

ANEW REJUVENATE Night Revitalizing Cream 517–883

ANEW RETROACTIVE+ 2-in-1 Cleanser 030–036

ANEW RETROACTIVE+ Youth Extending Cream Night 041–943

ANEW RETROACTIVE+ Youth Extending Cream SPF 25 Day 041–685

ANEW ULTIMATE Age Repair Day Cream SPF 25 211–990

ANEW ULTIMATE Age Repair Elixir 390–603

ANEW ULTIMATE Age Repair Night Cream 546–362

ANEW ULTIMATE Contouring Eye System 994–320

ANEW ULTIMATE Transforming Hand and Nail Cream SPF 15

ANEW Ultra Cream Cleanser 035–941

Be Blushed Cheek Color

BEYOND COLOR Line Softening Mousse Foundation

BEYOND COLOR Plumping Lip Color SPF 15 with Double the

BEYOND COLOR Plumping Lip Conditioner SPF 15 with Double the

BEYOND COLOR Radiant Lifting Eyeshadow

BEYOND COLOR Skin Smoothing Compact Foundation

Big Color Eye Pencil

Big Color Lip Pencil

Color Trend Sweet Shine Lipgloss

Cool Pout Lip Gloss


DARING CURVES Waterproof Mascara


Dramatic Focus Kohl Eye Liner

Feeling Fine Ultra Thin Eye Liner

Foot Works

Foot Works Antifungal Foot Cream 651–199

Foot Works Antifungal Foot Spray 651–222

Foot Works Berry Mint Foot Scrub 805–744

Foot Works Berry Mint Moisturizing Foot Cream 804–327

Foot Works Citrus Mint Cooling Foot Lotion 804–312

Foot Works Corn & Callus Softening Balm 459–098

Foot Works Creamy Powder Lotion 577–652

Foot Works Deep Moisture Cream 611–740

Foot Works Deodorizing Foot Powder 651–237

Foot Works Exfoliating Bar Soap 008–748

Foot Works Intensive Callus Cream 651–170

Foot Works Invisible Silicone Sock Cream 413–621

Foot Works Odor Neutralizing Foot Spray 921–980

Foot Works Overnight Renewing Foot Cream 618–266

Foot Works Pedi-Peel 979–954

Foot Works Therapeutic Corn & Callus Remover 714–861

Foot Works Therapeutic ed Heel Relief Cream 651–165

Foot Works Triple Duty Cream 120–060

Foot Works Tropical Coconut Cooling Foot Spray 843–023

Foot Works Tropical Coconut Foot Lotion 843–038

Foot Works Tropical Coconut Sea Salt Foot Scrub 443–590

Foot Works Watermelon Cooling Foot Lotion 136–779

Foot Works Watermelon Effervescent Foot Tablets 136–764

Foot Works Watermelon Exfoliating Foot Scrub 136–530

GLAZEWEAR Diamonds Eye Color

GLAZEWEAR Diamonds Lipstick



GLAZEWEAR Liquid Lip Color




GLIMMERSTICKS Waterproof Eye Liner

Heavenly Soft Eyeshadow Trio

Hydra Cool Bronzing Stick

Hydra-Radiance Rapid Rescue Mask 858–080

Hydrofirming Drench Recovery Mask 858–276

IDEAL SHADE Concealer Stick

IDEAL SHADE Cream-To-Powder Foundation SPF 10

IDEAL SHADE Fresh and Light Foundation

IDEAL SHADE Liquid Foundation SPF 10

IDEAL SHADE Loose Powder

IDEAL SHADE Pressed Powder

IDEAL SHADE Smooth Mineral Makeup

In A Wink Instant Eyeshadow Sheets

Jillian Dempsey for AVON Horizon Blush

Jillian Dempsey for AVON Horizon Blush

Jillian Dempsey for AVON Horizon Blush

Jillian Dempsey for AVON Professional Eyeshadow

Jillian Dempsey for AVON Professional Kohl Eye Liner

Jillian Dempsey for AVON Professional Mascara

Jillian Dempsey for AVON Retro Rouge

Jillian Dempsey for AVON Retro Rouge

Let It Glow Powder Bronzer

Line N’ Design Eye Duo

Lip Swirls Gloss

Look Alert Eye Brightener

Luster Glow Lip Shine

MagiX Face Perfector SPF 20 578–917


MistakeProof Mascara

Moisture Effective Eye Makeup Remover Lotion 475–800

MOISTURE THERAPY A•C•E Provitamin Complex Body Lotion

MOISTURE THERAPY A•C•E Pro-Vitamin Complex Hand Cream

MOISTURE THERAPY Intensive Body Lotion 439–313

MOISTURE THERAPY Intensive Extra Strength Cream 254–009

MOISTURE THERAPY Intensive Lip Moisturizer SPF 15 310–878

MOISTURE THERAPY Intensive Mini Hand Cream 330–246

MOISTURE THERAPY Intensive Moisturizing Lip Treatment SPF 15

Moisture therapy line

MOISTURE THERAPY Restorative Rescue Balm 524–020


Nail Care

NAIL EXPERTS Instant Gel Cuticle Remover 378–963

NAIL EXPERTS Liquid Freeze Quick Dry Spray 005–992

NAIL EXPERTS Mineral Strength 100–362

NAIL EXPERTS Neat Nails Nail Enamel Corrector Pen 005–658

NAIL EXPERTS Nutri-Boost 870–208

NAIL EXPERTS Smooth Beginnings Base Coat 005–768

NAIL EXPERTS Strong Results Length & Strength Complex

NAIL EXPERTS UV Gloss Guard Top Coat 005–897

PERFECT WEAR All-Day Comfort Lipstick SPF 12

PERFECT WEAR Extralasting Liquid Foundation SPF 15

PERFECT WEAR Extralasting Powder Eyeshadow

PERFECT WEAR Eyewriter Liquid Eye Liner

Perfectly Paired Dual-Ended Lipstick

Perfectly Paired Dual-Ended Shadow Stick

Perfectly Portable Liquid Eye Liner

PERSONAL MATCH Loose Powder 401–545

Plump Pout Lip Gloss

Plump Pout Lip Gloss

PRO-TO-GO Lipstick

Satin Deluxe Blush

Satin Deluxe Eyeshadow Duo



Smoky Lines Eye Liner

Smoldering Pastels Blush Duo

Smoldering Pastels Eyeshadow Duo

Smooth Mineral Blush

Smooth Mineral Eyeshadow

Smooth Over Eye Definer

Speed Dry Nail Enamel

Spring Delights Lip Balm

SuperFULL Mascara

Supershock Mascara

Tahitian Holiday All-Over Bronzer

Tahitian Holiday Liquid Lip Balm SPF 15

Triple Threat Cream Eyeshadow


TRUE COLOR Eyeshadow Quad

TRUE COLOR Eyeshadow Single

Truffle Delights Lip Gloss

ULTRA COLOR RICH Lip Conditioner 380–166

ULTRA COLOR RICH Lip Exfoliator 576–622


ULTRA COLOR RICH Lipstick in Sparkling Shades

ULTRA COLOR RICH Mousse Lipstick




Uplifting Mascara



Solutions line

Ageless Results Intensive Line Filler SPF 15 363–600

Ageless Results Intensive-A Line Treatment 244–179

Ageless Results Nightly Nutrient Peel 512–619

Ageless Results Overnight Renewing Cream PM 863–855

Ageless Results Renewing Day Cream SPF 15 841–585

Ageless Results Renewing Eye Cream 409–000

Banishing Cream Skin Discoloration Improver 463–374

Botanisource Comforting Cream 962–421

Bust Sculpt Contouring Cream 339–679

Completely Clean Anti-Aging Thermal Cleanser 237–974

Completely Clean Cleansing Cloths 417–301

Completely Clean Micro-Exfoliating Cushions 359–711

Completely Clean Soothing Cleansing Lotion 893–531

Dramatic Firming Cream 463–393

Hydra-Radiance Continuous Glow Daily Moisturizer 391–227

Hydra-Radiance Moisturizing Day Lotion SPF 15 006–009

Hydra-Radiance Moisturizing Night Cream 005–973

Hydrofirming Eye Cream 711–145

Hydrofirming Night Cream 463–317

Lighten Up Plus Eye Cream 580–162

Moisture 24 Long-lasting Hydrating Cream 711–274

Nurtura Replenishing Cream 521–514

Re-Fine Stretch Mark Smoother 339–736

Super Shape Anti-Cellulite & Stretch Mark Cream 339–683

TRUE PORE-FECTION Oil-Free Skin-Clearing Lotion 463–264

TRUE PORE-FECTION Skin Refining Toner 463–226

Clearskin Line

Clearskin Invigorating Cleansing Scrub 168–333

Clearskin Cleansing Pads 037–710

Clearskin Purifying Astringent Blackhead Clearing Formula



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NATURALS Antibacterial Hand Gel Peach, Vanilla, Cucumber,
Sea, Gardenia

NATURALS Apricot & Sunflower Refreshing Body Lotion

NATURALS Apricot & Sunflower Refreshing Body Spray

NATURALS Apricot & Sunflower Soothing Cool Jelly
Moisturizer 040–822

NATURALS Cucumber Melon Antibacterial Liquid Soap 618–759

NATURALS Cucumber Melon body lotion

NATURALS cucumber Melon body spray

NATURALS Cucumber Melon Creamy Yogurt Body Wash 048–364

NATURALS Cucumber Melon Hand & Body Lotion 618–816

NATURALS Gardenia body lotion

NATURALS Gardenia body spray

NATURALS Lavender & Chamomile Body Lotion 736–687

NATURALS Lavender & Chamomile Shower Gel 736–672

NATURALS Lavender 7 Camomile body spray


NATURALS Mandarin & Jasmine Body Spray 736–710

NATURALS Mandarin & Jasmine Shower Gel 736–706

NATURALS Mandarin and Jasime Body Lotion 618–820

NATURALS Mango 7 Passion fruit body lotion

NATURALS Peach Antibacterial Liquid Soap 618–763

NATURALS Peach body lotion

NATURALS Peach body spray

NATURALS Peach Cool Jelly Moisturizer 516–561

NATURALS Peach Creamy Yogurt Body Wash 048–350

NATURALS Plum and Nectarine Moisturizing Hand and Body
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NATURALS Plum and Nectarine Moisturizing Milk 858–329

NATURALS Plum and Nectarine Moisturizing Shower Gel 858–295

NATURALS Plum and Nectarine Refreshing Body Spray 858–314

NATURALS Raspberry body spray

NATURALS Strawberry & Guava Body Lotion 999–007

NATURALS Strawberry & Guava Body Spray 999–045

NATURALS Strawberry & Guava Shower Gel 998–990

NATURALS Vanilla Antibacterial Liquid Soap 618–744

NATURALS Vanilla body lotion

NATURALS Vanilla body spray

NATURALS Vanilla Creamy Yogurt Body Wash 047–760

NATURALS Vanilla Hand and Body Lotion 618–835

NATURALS Vanilla Shower Gel 089–580

NATURALS Peach Shower Gel 088–291

NATURALS Banana & Coconut Milk Body Lotion 126–949

Naturals Peach Hand Cream 964–496

Naturals Vanilla Hand Cream 964–500



AVON Bubble Bath

Home Fragrance Collection Room Sprays 032–555

Honeysuckle Room & Linen Spray 009–691

Hot Apple Pie Room and Linen Spray 921–631

Lavender Blossom Room & Linen Spray 239–503

Strawberries & Cream Room & Linen Spray 371–040


Hair Care

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Curl Defining Liquid Gel 339–277

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES 2-in-1 Anti-Dandruff Shampoo &
Conditoner 616–024

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Anti-Frizz Capsules 771–809

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES CelloShine Treatment 039–583

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Color Protection Lock-In Treatment for
Color-Treated Hair 100–764

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Color Protection Restorative Mask for
Color-Treated Hair 616–039

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Color Reviving Conditioner 822–276

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Color Reviving Shampoo 822–257

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Dry Ends Serum 202–765



ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Mirror Shine Spray 593–063

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Purifying Treatment Shampoo 038–960

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Salon Curl Refreshing Spray 064–689

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Salon Luminous Anti-Brassiness Spray

Shaping Gel 484–447

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Smoothing Conditioner 822–333

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Smoothing Shampoo 822–314

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Sun Dimension Highlight Builder for
Highlights 422–584

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Super Straight Smoothing Balm 450–530

ADVANCE TECHNIQUES Volumizing Mousse 825–586


AVON Wellness

Healthy Remedies Antibacterial Hand Gel 387–290

Healthy Remedies Celadrin® Extra Strength Roll-On 504–667

Healthy Remedies Detox Patches 363–471

Healthy Remedies Green Tea Extract 619–626

Healthy Remedies Headache Relief 116–315

Night Time Aromatherapy Mask Set 500–862

PLANET SPA African Shea Butter Brown Sugar Body Scrub

PLANET SPA African Shea Butter Foot & Elbow Cream with
AHA 619–808

PLANET SPA African Shea Butter Hand & Cuticle Cream 619–736

PLANET SPA African Shea Butter Whipped Body Balm 619–793

PLANET SPA Hawaiian Thermal Volcano Massaging Body Lotion

PLANET SPA Hawaiian Thermal Volcano Paraffin Hand & Foot
Treatment 619–650

PLANET SPA Hawaiian Thermal Volcano Warming Face Mask

PLANET SPA Mediterranean Olive Oil Conditioning Hair Mask

PLANET SPA Mediterranean Olive Oil Firming Neck & Chest
Serum 044–780

PLANET SPA Mediterranean Olive Oil Hydrating Body Wash

PLANET SPA Mediterranean Olive Oil Whipped Body Cream

VitAdvanceTM Flat Stomach 619607

VitAdvanceTM Purified Fish Oil 500–456



Avon Kids Bath Time Body Paints

Hannah Montana 2-in-1 Shampoo 100–601

Hannah Montana Hand Cream 100–635

Hannah Montana Lip Balm 100–582

Hannah Montana Shower Gel 100–415

High School Musical Bubble Bath 407–141

High School Musical Hand Cream

High School Musical Lip Balm

GF products Liiv line

liiv botanicals Rejuvenating Body Wash 068–024

liiv botanicals Rejuvenating Facial Cleanser 927–572

liiv Botanicals Vital Day Cream with SPF 20 267–153

liiv Botanicals Vital Night Moisturizer 267–096

by liiv Botanicals 484–231



ALWAYS Body Moisture 086–542

ALWAYS Body Rinse 085–785

ALWAYS Eau de Parfum Spray 056–737

ALWAYS Shimmering Body Powder 303–320

Candid Cologne Spray 106–925

Candid Perfumed Skin Softener 111–806

Candid shimmering body powder

Celine Dion Spring in Paris Eau de Toilette Spray 356–492

Christian Lacroix ROUGE Body Lotion 105–512

Christian Lacroix ROUGE Eau de Parfum Spray 603–290

Christian Lacroix ROUGE Shower Gel 106–303

Crystal Aura Body Lotion 291–180

Crystal Aura Eau De Parfum Spray 118–208

Crystal Aura Pearlized Shower Gel 289–275

Crystal Aura Shimmering Body Powder

Far Away Body Lotion 924–540

Far Away Eau de Parfum Spray 215–393

Far Away Pearlized Shower Gel 127–907

Far Away shimmering body powder

Fire Me Up Eau de Toilette Spray 545–901

Flower by Cynthia Rowley Body Lotion 133–583

Flower by Cynthia Rowley Eau de Parfum Spray 229–597

Flower by Cynthia Rowley Shower Gel 133–799

Goddess Body Cover 136–620

Goddess Eau de Parfum Spray 316–350

Goddess Pearlized Shower Gel 136–730

Goddess shimmering body powder

Haiku Body Lotion 104–430

Haiku Eau de Parfum Spray 102–972

Haiku Shimmering Body Powder 236–580

Haiku Shower Gel 468–649

Imari Bath and Shower Gel 051–630

Imari Body Lotion 051–625

Imari Eau de Cologne Spray — 1.2 fl. oz. 051–610

Imari Perfumed Skin Softener 211–144

Imari Seduction Body Lotion 889–399

Imari Seduction Eau de Toilette Spray

Imari Seduction Shower Gel 889–403

Imari Shimmering Body Powder 265–700

Make Me Smile Eau de Toilette Spray 552–273

Make Me Wonder Eau de Toilette Spray 545–916

Mesmerize For Her Eau de Cologne Spray

Mesmerize for Her Perfumed Skin Softener 579–220

Mesmerize for Her Shimmering Body Powder 552–747

Night Magic Evening Musk Perfumed Skin Softener 108–841

Night Magic Fragrance Spray 473–659

Odyssey Cologne Spray 011–650

Odyssey Perfumed Skin Softener 111–863

Odyssey Shimmering Body Powder 274–439

Petal by Cynthia Rowley Eau de Toilette Spray 234–482

RARE GOLD Body Lotion 303–148

RARE GOLD Eau de Parfum Spray 296–948

RARE GOLD Shimmering Body Powder 292–077

RARE GOLD Shower Gel 470–349

RARE PEARLS Body Lotion 054–347

RARE PEARLS Eau de Parfum Spray 318–003

RARE PEARLS Shimmering Body Powder 054–309

by liiv Botanicals 484–231

SOFT MUSK Eau de Cologne Spray 080–090

SURREAL Body Lotion 496–758

SURREAL Eau de Toilette Spray 582–280

SURREAL Shimmering Body Powder 644–611

SURREAL Shower Gel

Sweet Honesty Cologne Spray 012–307

Sweet Honesty Perfumed Skin Softener 111–882

Sweet Honesty Shimmering Body Powder 237–989

Tahitian Holiday Eau de Toilette Spray 091–548

Tahitian Holiday Exotic Body Mist 093–942

Tahitian Holiday Shimmering Glow Body Lotion 094–839

Timeless Cologne Spray 011–626

Timeless Perfumed Skin Softener 111–825

Timeless Shimmering Body Powder 275–359

TODAY Body Moisture 012–493

TODAY Body Rinse 012–417

TODAY Eau de Parfum Spray 325–920

TODAY Shimmering Body Powder 302–730

TOMORROW Body Moisture 074–079

TOMORROW Body Rinse 073–288

TOMORROW Eau de Parfum Spray 270–543

TOMORROW Shimmering Body Powder 302–945

TrueGlow Body Lotion 325–399

TrueGlow Body Powder 325–198

TrueGlow Eau de Parfum Spray 997–760

TrueGlow Shower Gel 325–111

U by Ungaro for Her Eau de Parfum Spray 441–396

Wish of Happiness Body Lotion 520–518

Wish of Happiness Eau de Toilette Spray 795–206

Wish of Happiness Shower Gel 520–522

Wish of Love Eau de Toilette Spray 794–449

Wish of Peace Eau de Toilette Spray 795–191


Skin So Soft line

Disappearing Color SPF 30 Sunscreen Lotion 616–297

SKIN SO SOFT Bug Guard Plus IR3535® EXPEDITIONTM Pump Spray

SKIN SO SOFT Bug Guard Plus IR3535® EXPEDITIONTM SPF 30 Aerosol
Spray 617–054

Aerosol Spray 617–054

Sunscreen Lotion




SKIN SO SOFT Fresh & Smooth Facial Hair Removal Cream

SKIN SO SOFT Fresh & Smooth Hair Removal Cream 616–259

SKIN SO SOFT Fresh & Smooth Hair Removal Cream in Tropical
Fruity Scent 335–032

SKIN SO SOFT Fresh & Smooth Hair Removal Microwave Wax
For Face and Body

SKIN SO SOFT Fresh & Smooth Post Hair Removal Soothing
Gel 616–263

SKIN SO SOFT Fresh & Smooth Silky Stay Shave Gel 422–599

SKIN SO SOFT Fusions Soft & Nourish Dual Softening Body
Oil 075–845

SKIN SO SOFT Fusions Soft & Nourish Dual Softening Body
Wash 075–587

SKIN SO SOFT Fusions Soft & Replenish Dual Softening
Body Moisturizer 075–405

SKIN SO SOFT Fusions Soft & Replenish Dual Softening
Body Oil 078–055

SKIN SO SOFT Fusions Soft & Replenish Dual Softening
Body Wash 189–827

SKIN SO SOFT Fusions Soft & Sensual Dual Softening Body
Moisturizer 066–639

SKIN SO SOFT Fusions Soft & Sensual Dual Softening Body
Oil 075–572

SKIN SO SOFT Fusions Soft & Sensual Dual Softening Body
Wash 332–970

SKIN SO SOFT Original Bath Oil 063–955

SKIN SO SOFT Original Bath Oil 184–438

SKIN SO SOFT Original Bath Oil Spray 063–989

SKIN SO SOFT Original Creamy Body Wash 242–970

SKIN SO SOFT Original Gelled Body Oil 616–225

SKIN SO SOFT Original Moisturizing Shower Gel 202–932

SKIN SO SOFT Original Replenishing Body Lotion

SKIN SO SOFT Original Whipped Body Oil 616–206

SKIN SO SOFT Renew & Refresh Age-Defying+ Corrective
Neck & Chest Treatment

SKIN SO SOFT Renew & Refresh Age-Defying+ Rejuvenating
Body Cleanser 413–617

SKIN SO SOFT Renew & Refresh Age-Defying+ Renewing Body
Moisturizer 413–598

SKIN SO SOFT Satin Glow Body Firming Moisturizer for Fair
Skin Tones 216–150

SKIN SO SOFT Satin Glow Body Firming Moisturizer for Medium
Skin Tones 216–170

SKIN SO SOFT Satin Glow Continuous Mist Airbrush Spray for
Fair Skin Tones 102–308

SKIN SO SOFT Satin Glow Continuous Mist Airbrush Spray for
Medium Skin Tones 102–365

SKIN SO SOFT Sensual Shape Targeted Firming Treatment

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Relaxed Night Bath Soak 590–050

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Relaxed Night Body Cream 767–116

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Creamy Body Wash 151–384

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Foaming Oil Body Moisturizer

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Foaming Oil Body Wash

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Gelled Body Oil 616–210

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Moisturizing Shower Gel

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Replenishing Bath Oil

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Replenishing Body Lotion

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Replenishing Hand Cream

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Roll-On Anti-Perspirant
Deodorant 040–330

SKIN SO SOFT Soft & Sensual Whipped Body Oil 033–183

SKIN SO SOFT Summer Soft Cooling Gel Moisturizer 349–308

SKIN SO SOFT Summer Soft Refreshing Body Wash 349–111

SKIN SO SOFT Summer Soft Revitalizing Body Spray Lotion

SKIN SO SOFT Wintersoft Hand Cream 063–367

SKIN SO SOFT Wintersoft Hand Wash 481–888

SKIN SO SOFT Wintersoft Intense Concentrate 481–892

SKIN SO SOFT Wintersoft Intense Concentrate 481–892



Black Suede After Shave 083–342

Black Suede Hair and Body Wash 462–803

Black Suede Roll-On Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 105–709

BLUE RUSH After Shave Conditioner 866–524

BLUE RUSH Eau de Toilette Spray for Him 044–172

BLUE RUSH Hair and Body Wash 061–015

BLUE RUSH Roll-On Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 050–614

Christian Lacroix NOIR After Shave Conditioner 106–614

Christian Lacroix NOIR Eau de Toilette Spray for Men 106–050

Christian Lacroix NOIR Shower Gel 106–576

Derek Jeter Driven After Shave Balm 403–954

Derek Jeter Driven Anti-Perspirant Deodorant Stick 156–898

Derek Jeter Driven Black After Shave Conditioner 135–992

Derek Jeter Driven Black After Shave Conditioner 135–992

Derek Jeter Driven Black Body Wash 136–013

Derek Jeter Driven Black Eau de Toilette Spray 715–891

Derek Jeter Driven Body Wash 233–429

Derek Jeter Driven Daily Moisturizer SPF 15 404–051

Derek Jeter Driven Eau de Toilette Spray 302–672

Derek Jeter Driven Foaming Face Scrub 403–992

Derek Jeter Driven Oil Control Face Wash 403–969

Derek Jeter Driven Ultimate Shave Gel 404–028

HisStory Eau de Toilette Spray 644–789

HisStory Hair and Body Wash 462–689

Mesmerize for Men Cologne Spray 137–498

Mesmerize for Men Hair and Body Wash 462–822

Mesmerize Roll-On Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 105–656

On Duty Roll-On Anti-Perspirant Deodorant

Perceive for Men After Shave Conditioner 191–311

Perceive For Men Cologne Spray 194–550

Perceive for Men Hair and Body Wash 462–660

Perceive Roll-On Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 105–823

PROSport Daily Performance Sleek Glide Shave Gel 679–031

R.P.M. After Shave Conditioner 191–307

R.P.M. Eau de Toilette Spray 296–398

R.P.M. Hair and Body Wash 462–837

R.P.M. Intense Eau de Toilette Spray 463–169

R.P.M. Roll-On Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 105–842

TOMORROW For Him Roll On Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 499–632

TOMORROW for Men After Shave Conditioner 499–651

TOMORROW for Men Hair and Body Wash 499–670

WILD COUNTRY After Shave 002–993

WILD COUNTRY After Shave Conditioner 029–184

WILD COUNTRY Cologne Spray 086–466

WILD COUNTRY Hair and Body Wash 462–818

WILD COUNTRY Roll-On Anti-Perspirant Deodorant 105–766


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