My husband's grandmother has made this fudge for more than 50 years. She used to use marshmallows rather than fluff, she finds fluff easier to use. She finally chose to share the recipe with the rest of us after more than 30 years of being asked for it.
Hope she doesn't see I posted it for everyone!
Be sure to not allow ANY water into the recipe, for it causes grittiness that ruins the whole batch. not. one. drop.
My grandmother gave me her old cookbook from the 40's and in it are amazing numbers of newspaper clippings. This is a recipe from a newspaper clipping with no idea where or when it was printed.
I have used this for over 15 years and have found that nuts, dates, raisins etc can be added at the end for a new taste. Also can use 2 teaspoons "pumpkin Pie seasoning" to replace the cinnamon and nutmeg. A dash of cloves also gives it a touch of difference.
This is a heavily modified recipe from "The New Italian Cooking" book by Margaret and G. Franco Romagnoli. Theirs does not have spinach, and I needed to add vegetables to the family's meals. I've changed it enough that when asked for the recipe I cannot copy it from the book.