That’s shorthand for “kosher-for-Passover oatmeal-based cookie.” I’m attending my first Passover Seder this Saturday, and I thought it would be nice to bring a cookie appropriate for the holiday. I thought that what would make this cookie different from all other cookies would be the absence of leavening agents. But I recently learned that oats aren’t K-F-P. Anyone know of a K-F-P equivalent of oats?
UPDATE: Thanks for all the feedback everybody! I've learned that the oats can be K-F-P depending on how the oats are processed (heat-treated oats OK; steam-treated oats not OK) and one's particular tradition (OK for Sephardim; not OK for Ashkenazi). I hope to have K-F-P cookie recipes in time for next Passover.