It's a phrase typically used as part of an offering.
Might I ask: do you have an image which includes the glyphs beneath the cartouche? The portion of the image you cite gives only the opening phrase and the offering is typically quite lengthy. This is one such example, read from right to left:
If you're interested, the first (just onto the second) register reads as follows:
The king gives an offering to Osiris, lord of Djedu, great god, lord of Abydos, a votive offering is given of bread and beer, geese and oxen, linen and alabaster, everything pure and good that a god lives on.
The offering is for the 'ka' of a woman named Nakhty; she is named twice on the third register and has died, as she is described as being 'true of voice' in the final phrase.
Here's a different take on the offering table: a 3D representation of the hetep glyph itself from Thutmoses III, identifiable by his cartouche on the 'bread' - Mn-khpr-re
Edited 4 time(s). Last edit at 19-Dec-16 08:27 by eyeofhorus33.