You most likely can't do it with GFCI receptacle. This is most likely a "multiwire branch circuit" which is basically two separate circuits that share a common neutral. These may have been wired "canadian style" where the red is powering say the top receptacle and the black does the lower one.
The only way you can GFCI this is to use a double pole GFCI breaker. Unfortunately, these cost well over $100 each if you can even find one for your panel.
The only solution I can offer is to abandon either the red or black and put a GFCI first on the outlet run. Then, at some point along the counter outlet run, don't daisy chain anymore and run a new circuit to the remaining receptacles. If running a new wire to any of the receptacles is not feasible (you can cut the new feed in at any receptacle), you're stuck with a DP GFCI breaker solution.