Make the dough as directed in the recipe. Most recipes have you let the dough sit and rise twice. After the dough has risen the first time, place it on a floured surface.
Add different colors of food coloring and knead. You may have to work in extra flour as you knead since the food coloring will add extra moisture to the dough.
You can either bake the dough in a traditional bread pan or put the dough in a cupcake tin.
Don't they look like cupcakes??
It's even more beautiful after you cut into it! You can color your dinner rolls green for your St Patrick's Day dinner, or color it in pastels for Easter brunch. Enjoy!